The Code for Sports Governance sets out the levels of transparency, accountability and financial integrity that are required from any organisation in receipt of public funding.
GreaterSport are wholeheartedly committed to ensuring we operate to the highest standards of governance and in doing so comply with all requirements of a Tier Three organisation. In doing so, adopting five principles of good governance which includes a strong commitment to safeguarding.
Greater Manchester Moving has a clear and appropriate governance structure, led by a properly constituted Board which is collectively responsible for the long-term success of the organisation and exclusively vested with the power to lead it. Click here to find out more about the role of our Board, our Board members, and the minutes of previous full board and sub-committee meetings.
Greater Manchester Moving recruits and engages people with appropriate diversity, independence, skills, experience, and knowledge to take effective decisions that further the organisation’s goals. Click here to read more about our Equity, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion commitments and ambitions. If you want to join our team, check out our careers page and review our jobs page.
Greater Manchester Moving are transparent and accountable, engaging effectively with stakeholders and nurturing internal democracy. On this page, we share details of our risk management plan and publish our annual reports and business plans.
That we uphold high standards of integrity, and engage in regular and effective evaluation to drive continuous improvement. We do this by publishing our GM Moving values and behaviours and our Trustees' code of conduct.
Greater Manchester Moving comply with all applicable laws and regulations, undertake responsible financial strategic planning, and have appropriate controls and risk management procedures. See our accounts and a selection of our policies here.