Your right to information

You have the right to:

  • attend meetings of the Council and its committees except where confidential or exempt information is likely to be disclosed, and the meeting is therefore held in private
  • attend meetings of the Cabinet when key decisions are being considered except where confidential or exempt information is likely to be discussed, and the meeting is therefore held in private
  • find out from the forward plan what key decisions will be taken by the Cabinet, and when, so that you can make your views known
  • see reports and background papers, and any records of decisions made by the Council and the Cabinet, and their committees
  • inspect the Council's accounts and make your views known to the external auditor.
  • Updated: 08 Jan 2015