This page lists the meetings for Communities & Localism Select Committee.
The Communities and Localism (including
licensing) Select Committee holds decision makers to account for
improving outcomes and services for Buckinghamshire. The Council operates a scrutiny structure comprising of a number
of Select Committees. Scrutiny helps to ensure local public
services are delivered effectively, efficiently and in the best
interests of residents. It is an important mechanism through which
public accountability can be exercised.
The Select Committees’
Inquiries enable members to investigate issues of public concern
and interest. These are time-limited cross-party pieces of work
which conclude with a report and evidence based recommendations to
decision makers (Cabinet and Partners) on improvements.
Members of the public may ask questions at
select committee meetings. A question may only be asked if notice
has been given. Any questions should be submitted in writing to
email@example.com no later than midday
5 working days before the day of the meeting. The time allowed for
considering questions from the public should not exceed 10 minutes
in total without the consent from the chairman.