West Berkshire Council

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This page lists the meetings for Council.

Meetings

Information about Council

Council meetings take place around five times a year and all 52 elected members are invited to attend. Council is responsible for setting the council's budget and financial strategies, planning and transport policies, health and wellbeing strategies and the Council Strategy, as well as agreeing any changes to the Constitution.

 

Members of the public can attend Council meetings and those living or working in West Berkshire can submit questions to Council that relate to any business of the Council or the wellbeing of this district (see Asking a question at a meeting). Members of the public cannot present petitions to Council but they can ask elected members to do so on their behalf. Meetings take place in the Council Chamber, Market Street, Newbury RG14 5LD and meetings usually start at 7pm, except the annual budget meeting (which takes place in March) which starts at 6.30pm.

 

Contact: Democratic Services Team

 

Further information links:

Council Strategy

Council Constitution