Livestreaming of council meetings
- About Wychavon
- Our Strategy
- Management Structure
- Facilities to Hire
- Property Services Team
- Council Constitution
- Laurels Avenue Development
- Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Vehicle Age Limits and Testing Arrangements
- Consultation on Revised Policy on Sex Establishment Licensing
- Design code consultation
- Consultation on Draft Revised Statement of Licensing Policy (2024-2029)
- Community Infrastructure Charging Levy Consultation
- Freedom of Information
- Privacy Notice
- Finance and Procurement
- Modern Slavery Act Statement
- Councillor information
- Meeting agendas, minutes and public speaking
- Equality and Diversity
- Chairman's 50th Anniversary Tour
- We Are Wychavon Plan
The council has installed cameras in the chamber at the Civic Centre in Pershore to broadcast planning, executive board and council meetings on a regular basis. Live and recorded meetings will be available.
What is a livestream?
Livestreaming is the broadcast of video and audio over the internet – put simply it is like watching TV but through an internet connection. By livestreaming meetings, the council aims to provide local residents who cannot attend meetings with an opportunity to play a part in the democratic process, and to get involved in the decisions affecting their lives.
Previous webcasts of council meetings are available in the Webcast library for meetings held before 21 September 2022.