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    Committees

    Members of the public and media have the right to attend meetings of full council, the cabinet and committees except where confidential information or exempt information is likely to be disclosed, and the meeting is therefore held in private.

    Further information about speaking at meetings and filming or recording and use of social media at council meetings is available by clicking here


    To view committee documents from 10 June 2014 please click on the committee to open up the list of meetings or use the interactive meetings calendar.   For meetings held before
    10 June 2014 please use the archived documents tab above.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    Due to the evolving coronavirus situation, council meetings will now be considered on a case by case basis. Currently, regulatory functions like planning and licensing are set to continue but likely to focus on essential business.

    Council meetings that are continuing will be held remotely and will be available to view on the council's Youtube channel at this link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_kzIWwc-LQJDHZkJqDwOKQ

    Norwich City Council

    Cabinet

    The cabinet consists of eight members of the Labour group, including the leader of the council. The cabinet makes recommendations to the council on the budget and policy framework. It also carries out all the executive functions of the council which are not reserved to the full council, exercised by another committee or delegated to an officer.

    Council

    The council is made up of 39 councillors. It meets several times a year and members of the public are welcome to attend. One of its broad functions is to agree the authority's policies which govern the way services are provided. In addition to this, it meets every year to set the budget, level of council tax and to elect the Lord Mayor and Sheriff.

    Informal planning applications briefing

    Informal briefings for the planning applications committees on pre-applications schemes. Members of the public, ward councillors and other interested parties are welcome to attend.

    Twinning committee

    The twinning committee meets three times each civic year to exchange information and share ideas between Norwich's four twinning associations (El Viejo; Koblenz; Novi Sad; Rouen).

    Other committees

    Test Committee