Calendar of Forthcoming Meetings
|Thursday, 23rd November||Audit and Risk Scrutiny Committee||6.30pm - Worksop Town Hall|
|Tuesday, 5th December||Cabinet||6.30pm - Worksop Town Hall|
|Wednesday, 6th December||Planning Committee||6.30pm - Retford Town Hall|
|Thursday, 14th December||
Questions to full Council need to be submitted in writing/email to the Chief Executive by noon on 4th December
|6.30pm - Retford Town Hall|
|Tuesday, 19th December||Overview and Scrutiny Committee||6.30pm - Worksop Town Hall|
The next meeting of the A1 Housing Board will take place on Tuesday, 28th November 2017 at Retford Town Hall at 4.00pm. However, this is NOT a Council meeting and does not need to comply with the provisions of the Local Government Act 2000.
Members of the public are invited to attend any/all Council meetings. (Please note that some Agenda Items may be confidential). The Council permits audio and/or visual recording and photography at Council meetings. Proceedings of such meetings may also be reported via social media.
About the Meetings
The full Council consists of 48 Councillors and is made up of 32 Labour, 12 Conservatives and 4 Independents. The Councillors determine the policies made including budgets and other strategic documents. Full Council meets every cycle and acts as a watchdog to make sure that the Cabinet's decisions are in the best interests of the people of Bassetlaw. You may, if you wish, ask a question of Council by writing to the Chief Executive. Questions must be received by noon, seven clear working days before the meeting.
The Cabinet is a group of eight elected Councillors and is chaired by the Leader of the Council. It monitors the performance and spending for the Council's priority areas and refers some key decisions to Full Council so that all 48 Councillors are involved in the final decision.
There are many Committees that meet on a regular basis. Councillors from all the political groups are represented on the Committees and are chaired by a Member from the Labour Group as it forms the current political administration.
Police and Crime Panel
A panel has been established incorporating representatives of the County, City, Borough and District Councils for Nottinghamshire. The Panel is responsible for scrutinising the Commissioner, promoting openness in police business and supporting the Commissioner in the exercise of his functions.
For more information and the dates when the Panel meets, visit the Police and Crime Panel page of this website.