Arrangements for engagement with full Council meetings
- How can I watch / attend a Council meeting?
- Can I record a Council meeting?
- How can I ask a question at a Council meeting?
- Why might my question not be accepted?
- How can I ask a question at a Cabinet meeting?
- How can I ask a question at the Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing?
- How can I present a petition?
- How can I watch / attend a Planning Committee meeting?
- How can I watch / attend a Traffic Regulation Committee meeting?
- How can I watch / attend a Commons and Rights of Way Committee meeting?
How can I watch / attend a Commons and Rights of Way Committee meeting?
Our Commons and Rights of Way Committee meetings are streamed on our website and public-I webcasting pages:
In addition, some meetings, particularly those that are held virtually, can be found on our YouTube page:
Members of the public can attend meetings of the Commons and Rights of Way Committee.
How can I ask a question at a Commons and Rights of Way Committee meeting?
A question on any matter which is within the powers and duties of the Committee, or on the application(s) to be considered by the Committee, may be asked if a written copy of the question has been submitted to Joanne Bolton, Democratic Services (Email: email@example.com) by 10.00 a.m 5 working days before before the date of the meeting.
Responses to questions at Commons and Rights of Way Committee
Responses are produced/emailed to the questioner prior to the meeting and published with the agenda. The questioner (if in attendance at the meeting) will be invited to ask a supplementary question in response to the answer to the original question. Depending on the nature of the question, it may not be possible to provide a comprehensive answer at the time of the meeting, in which case a written answer will be provided as soon as is reasonably possible after the meeting.
The question and answer are published with the minutes of the meeting, plus details/responses to any supplementary questions.