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 Traffic Regulation Committee meeting?
Our Traffic Regulation Committee meetings will be streamed on our website and public-I webcasting pages:
In addition, some meetings, particularly those that will be held virtually, can be found on our YouTube page:
Members of the public can attend meetings of the Traffic Regulation Committee.
How can I ask a question at a Traffic Regulation Committee meeting?
A question on any matter which is within the powers and duties of 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 Traffic Regulation 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.
Speaking at the Traffic Regulation Committee:
The Committee considers the representations made during the consultation upon executive proposals for traffic regulation orders to which valid objections have been received and not been resolved or withdrawn, and makes a recommendation to the Executive Director of Economy, Environment and Infrastructure/or Cabinet, on the way forward.
If you wish to speak at a meeting of the Traffic Regulation Committee you must email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01452 324197 by 10:00am 3 working days before the meeting. You will not be allowed to speak unless you have registered. You will need to confirm whether you wish to speak in favour, or against, the traffic regulation order being considered. The Democratic Services Adviser will inform you how long you will be allowed to speak for.