Members of the public may attend all meetings of the Council except where confidential information is being discussed.
- Speaking at Planning Meetings
- Asking questions at full Council meetings
- Speaking at full Council, Cabinet and other meetings
The Council's three Cabinet Advisory Boards meet in public and give back-bench members a chance to influence and give advice on the best approach before Cabinet makes the final decision. These Boards will look at all decisions before Cabinet does and make recommendations or suggestions for improvement. Use the links below to find out who sits on the boards, browse agendas and discover when the next meetings of the Cabinet Advisory Boards are.
All our meeting rooms are equipped with a hearing loop, and council documents can be requested in accessible formats. Please note that Council meetings may be recorded or filmed by the Council for administrative purposes. Any other third party may also record or film meetings, unless exempt or confidential information is being considered, but are requested as a courtesy to others to give notice of this to the Committee Administrator before the meeting. The Council is not liable for any third party recordings.
There is a lift available to the first floor meeting rooms, and wheelchair access to the floor of the Council Chamber. For more information on disability access at the Council, please click here.
If you would like to discuss your accessibility requirements, or for more information on asking questions and registering to speak please contact Democratic Services on 01892 554179 or e-mail email@example.com.