Asking the questions about public scrutiny

At the Joint Cabinet Meeting on Monday 4th May 2020, I asked several questions of the Leader – when would we know a clearer timetable for the Joint Local Plan, would this take into account, and have time for discussion of, the Climate and Biodiversity Emergencies the Council declared in July 2019 and, most importantly, why was there a five month gap between full Council meetings?  While there is still a lockdown for the Coronavirus pandemic vitural meetings are being held so why not a meeting of all Councillors?  We need full, transparent scrutiny and need to have more of our discussions open to the public.

East Anglian Daily Times 4th May 2020

EADT scrutiny article 2020-05-05

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