Council meetings and minutes
Face to face council meetings are required to start again from 7 May 2021. Meetings will be open to the public but, due to social distancing requirements, numbers will be restricted.
You can watch our meetings online
If you wish to attend a meeting please contact us before the meeting to reserve your place. You are still entitled to ask questions at some meetings. Please see our Public Participation page for full details.
You must contact us to ask to attend a meeting by either:
- calling Democratic Services on 01285 623210/623236
- emailing email@example.com
The meetings that were held before May 2021 can be viewed online on Facebook. You do not need a Facebook account to do this.
The Annual Council Meeting on 26 May 2021will be held at Cirencester Baptist Church, Chesterton Lane, Cirencester, GL7 1YE to allow larger numbers to safely distance. Anyone who has any symptoms of Covid-19 and has reserved a place should not attend the meeting and follow the Governments self-isolation guidance.
Minutes and meeting documents
Agendas and reports are published to the website five clear working days before the meeting. Minutes are published as soon as possible after the meeting, and at the latest when the agenda for the next meeting is published.
Minutes are considered as draft until they have been approved as a correct record at the next meeting of the Council, Cabinet, Committee or Sub-Committee. If any amendments are made to the draft the final version will be published as soon as possible.Find meetings, agendas, reports and minutes
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Location and time of meetingsView meetings calendar
Meetings are normally held at the Council Offices, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX and begin at:
- Council - 2pm/6pm
- Cabinet - 6pm
- Appeals Committee - 4pm
- Audit Committee - 4pm
- Overview and Scrutiny Committee - 4pm
- Planning and Licensing Committee - 10am/2pm
Speaking at meetings
Find out about speaking at our meetings.
Councillors' attendances at committees
Not all councillors are required to attend every committee meeting. Check which councillors attend which meetings.