Full Council - Wednesday, 17th July, 2024 7.30 pm

Venue: Committee Rooms A B & C - Town Hall. View directions

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No. Item


Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence.


Disclosures of Interest

In accordance with the Council’s Code of Conduct, councillors are reminded that it is a requirement to declare interests where appropriate.


Minutes pdf icon PDF 244 KB

To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Full Council held on 24 May 2024.




To receive and consider any announcements or communications, including any additional Cabinet Member announcements, long service badges and gifts to former Councillors.


Public Question Time

To answer public questions under Full Council Procedure Rule 1.1-E.  The questions must be on matters which are relevant to the functions of the Council, and should not include statements.


One supplementary question from the questioner will be allowed.


Up to 30 minutes is allocated to Public Question Time.


Consideration of Full Council Recommendations and Call-In Decisions pdf icon PDF 36 KB

To consider any recommendations before the Full Council or items which have been Called-In. 


NB In advance of the meeting Political Groups will identify which recommendations they do not wish to reserve for debate.

Additional documents:


Results of Maidenbower Borough By-Elections - July 2024 pdf icon PDF 107 KB

To receive the Returning Officer’s report on the results of the Maidenbower Borough By-Elections held on 4 July 2024, CEx/069.


Councillors' Questions Time

There will be a maximum of 30 minutes for Councillors’ Question Time (CQT). Councillors may ask questions relating to either a portfolio issue or with regard to the functions delegated to a Committee.


There are two methods for Councillors asking questions:


1.      Councillors can submit written questions in advance of the meeting and written answers will be provided on the evening of the Full Council.


2.      Councillors can also verbally ask questions during the CQT.


Councillors have the opportunity to ask oral supplementary questions in relation to either of the methods above.


Receiving the Minutes of the Cabinet, Overview and Scrutiny Commission and Other Committees including Items for Debate

To receive the minutes of the meetings of the Cabinet, Overview and Scrutiny Commission and Committees, as listed on page 23, and set out in the appendices to this item and to debate any Reserved Items contained within those Minutes.


NB:  In advance of the meeting Political Groups can identify any items they wish to debate as a Reserved Item.  These Reserved Items will then be the only matters to be the subject of debate.



Supplemental Agenda

Any urgent item(s) complying with Section 100(B) of the Local Government Act 1972.