Part 4 - Cabinet procedure rules
Below are the Cabinet procedure rules.
- 1 - Membership of the Cabinet
- 2 - The role of the Cabinet
- 3 - Publication of proposed decisions and decisions taken
- 4 - Conflicts of interest
- 5 - Cabinet meetings
- 6 - Key decisions
- 7 - Cabinet agenda
- 8 - How are the Cabinet meetings conducted?
- 9 - Questions at cabinet meetings
- 10 - Business conducted at meetings of the Cabinet
- 11 - Consultation
- 12 - Cabinet liaison arrangements
- 13 - Appointment of Cabinet panels
- 14 - Other groups and Cabinet business
7.1 The Leader of the County Council and Deputy Leader, in consultation with the Chief Executive, will determine the agenda for meetings of the Cabinet.
7.2 Any Member of the Cabinet may require the Chief Executive to place an item on the agenda of the next meeting of the Cabinet.
7.3 Any Member of the Council may ask the Leader of the Council to put an item on the agenda of a Cabinet meeting. If the Leader agrees, the item will be considered at its next meeting. The notice of the meeting will give the name of the Member who asked for the item to be placed on the agenda. The individual Member may attend the meeting and speak on the item.
7.4 An item will be placed on the agenda of the next available meeting of the Cabinet where a Scrutiny Committee has resolved that an item ought to be considered by the Cabinet.
7.5 The Monitoring Officer and / or the Chief Financial Officer may require an item to be included for consideration on the agenda of a Cabinet meeting and may require the Chief Executive to call such a meeting in pursuance of their statutory duties.