Details of who chairs council meetings, when are council meetings, are they open to the public, how and when to view agenda and minutes, when is the annual meeting, what happens at the meeting, can public ask questions and how to submit a petetion.
Meetings of full council are chaired by the Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Meetings of full council take place every six weeks.
Yes. All meetings of full council are open to the public but there may be some matters which will be considered in private. During such situations members of the public will be asked to leave the meeting at this point. The circumstances under which we can consider matters in private are tightly controlled by law.
Yes, new legislation means that you can film, record, take photos and use social media during open meetings. For more information please visit the photography, filming and social media use page.
Agendas and reports for full council meetings are placed on public deposit five clear working days before each meeting and can be viewed by selecting the relevant agenda below.
Reports containing exempt or confidential matters will not, however, be available.
Please note: Minutes of full council meetings are placed on public deposit no later than five clear working days after each meeting and can be viewed by selecting the relevant minute below.
Please note: Agendas and minutes of meetings prior to those available online may be obtained by contacting the committee manager, Liz Russell:
Telephone: (01482) 393330
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Democratic Services County Hall Beverley HU17 9BA
Please note: there may be a charge for copying any information.
The annual council meeting takes place in May of each year.
At the annual meeting of the council a new chairman and vice chairman is elected for the year. The Chairman or Vice Chairman chair council meetings and also fulfil all ceremonial and civic roles on behalf of the council. Also, at the annual meeting of the council, the Leader and Deputy Leader of the council are elected and members of the Cabinet and committee chairmen and vice chairmen are appointed.
Any elector registered within the East Riding may ask a question of the leader of the council or chairman of any non-executive committee or overview and scrutiny committee at ordinary council meetings.
Please note: The elector or delegate must present the question at the meeting in order for it to be considered.
Questions must be submitted in writing, and must be received no less than five clear working days before the meeting.
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For more information on submitting a question to an ordinary council meeting please download the document below.
Questions by Electors - Procedure notes (pdf 55kb opens in new window)
Please visit the petitions page to find out how to submit a petition to the council.