Norwich City Council’s scrutiny committee will meet at Harford Community Centre at 4.30pm on Thursday 19 October.
This month, the committee will be discussiing health inequality in Norwich and members of the public are welcome to attend.
Members of the committee meet to:
- review and scrutinise decisions or actions taken by the council
- make reports and recommendations to council, or cabinet or joint committees
- consider any matter affecting the area or the public
- use the right to call-in any decisions for reconsideration.
The council’s overview and scrutiny function works to improve council services. Any non-cabinet member can take part in overview and scrutiny, including policy development and review as well as the monitoring and questioning of decisions made by cabinet and senior officers.
For the 2017-18 civic year, members of the scrutiny committee are:
- Cllr James Wright (chair)
- Cllr Julie Brociek-Coulton (vice-chair)
- Cllr David Bradford
- Cllr James Bremner
- Cllr Ed Coleshill
- Cllr Sandra Bogelein
- Cllr Ash Haynes
- Cllr Lesley Grahame
- Cllr Beth Jones
- Cllr Hugo Mailk
- Cllr Patrick Manning
- Cllr Matthew Pecker
- Cllr Vaughan Thomas
Items that the scrutiny committee are due to discuss up until March 2017 are set out in their work programme.
Scrutiny committee meetings are public meetings; therefore if members of the public are interested in any of the work programme items, they are welcome to attend.
Members of the public can also request to raise an item for review by the scrutiny committee.
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The meeting will be held at:
Harford Community Centre
10 The Lastings, Hall Road