Meetings and Public Involvement
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- Privacy Notice
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- Equality and Diversity
- Chairman's 50th Anniversary Tour
Here at Wychavon we always welcome and actively encourage public involvement in Scrutiny. It can be through formal questions submitted to the Committee, giving evidence to help inform scrutiny reviews or by suggesting topics for scrutiny to look at. The Committee is always keen to know what the public are thinking, their priorities as well as their concerns.
Meetings and Public Questions
Meetings of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee are public open meetings allowing anybody to attend.
Anyone may also ask a question at meetings of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee. Any question(s) however, must be received in writing or via email by 10am on the day before the meeting.
The Committee allows a maximum of five minutes for each question unless the Chairman agrees otherwise.
In response to any question received, the Chairman may respond in the following ways:
- an oral answer,
- reference to information contained within a publication or
- a written answer, which would be circulated at the latest with the Minutes of the Meeting.
The Overview and Scrutiny Committee is always keen to know what is of importance to the residents of Wychavon.
If you have a suggestion for a scrutiny review or an area or concern that you feel should be brought to the attention of the Committee please complete the Scrutiny Suggestion Form below.
The Committee will consider all suggestions received on a quarterly basis.