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Gloucestershire County Council Constitution

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Rules of access to information about the County Council's formal business

The rules of access to information about the County Council's formal business cover the following topics:

  1. Introduction
  2. The public’s right to attend meetings
  3. The public’s right to obtain copies of the agenda to meetings and reports and documents that are to be discussed at meetings
  4. Sub-committees, panels and groups
  5. Decisions by the Leader of the Council, Cabinet Members and Officers
  6. Minutes of meetings
  7. Charges for the supply of agenda, reports and background papers
  8. The special rules that apply to ‘key decisions’
  9. Exceptions to the need to publish notice of a key decision 28 days in advance
  10. The general exception rule
  11. The special urgency rule
  12. Scrutiny Committees
  13. Elected Members’ additional rights of access to information
  14. Additional rights of access to information by Scrutiny Committees
  15. Elected Members’ duty of confidence
Page updated: 12/10/2020 Page updated by: Gloucestershire County Council

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