Events

 

What

When Where Contact
       
Parish Council Meeting 9th June 2020 7:15pm Chirton Old School Parish Clerk for meeting ID
Parish Council Meeting 7th July 2020 7:15pm Chirton Old School Parish Clerk for meeting ID

VE Day May 8th 2020

PARISH COUNCIL REMOTE MEETINGS

 

NOTE: NEW LEGISLATION:

L01-20 | THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND POLICE AND CRIME PANELS (CORONAVIRUS) (FLEXIBILITY OF LOCAL AUTHORITY AND POLICE AND CRIME PANEL MEETINGS) (ENGLAND AND WALES) REGULATIONS 2020  (and with further guidance from NALC/WALC)

 

As a result of the introduction of ‘The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels Regulations 2020 (LO1-20)’, Parish Council’s are now permitted to conduct their meetings electronically. This legislation has been introduced until May 2021. Rather than cancel our meetings during this time, the PC has decided to hold it’s meetings following the normal schedule.

 

The agenda for each meeting will be posted, in advance, on the Parish Council website:- https://www.chirtonandconock-pc.org.uk/council-members/agendas-minutes/ and in physical form, on our noticeboards. Notification of the meeting will also be posted on the Parish Council Facebook page and shared on Chirton Community Life.

 

The meetings will be held using the ‘Zoom’ application. Apps for Zoom are available for both Apple and Android/PC products, free of charge. The meeting ID number and password will be available from the Parish Clerk in advance – 01380 840073 or clerk@chirtonandconock-pc.org.uk

 

As normal, parishioners and press are welcome to attend. Please note: there is a specific agenda point for representations/questions from Members of the Public and visitor mics will only be unmuted at this time. Meeting visitors are required to raise their hand (either visually or utilising the Zoom option) to request to speak. Mics are to be kept on mute on at all times unless visitors are asking a question or making a representation. 

 

As per the 'Standing Orders' of the Council, the time designated for public participation shall not exceed 10 minutes and a member of the public shall not speak for more than 3 minutes. Any questions raised shall not necessarily be answered at the meeting and the Chairman can direct a subsequent written or oral response at his discretion.

 

If there are any confidential matters to be discussed, parishioners and press will not be granted access.

 

This legislation does not extend to Annual Parish Open Meetings, so this has been cancelled. 

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