Public questions at full Council meetings
Members of the public have the right to pose a question to any member of the council's Cabinet (including the Council Leader) at any scheduled full Council meeting.
The question must be about a matter for which we have a responsibility or which affects the district.
The question has to be submitted no later than 12 noon on the Monday of the week preceding a Monday council meeting. If the meeting is on another day the deadline is 12 noon five working days before.
You will get a maximum of one minute to ask a question and the answer shall not exceed three minutes. You will have a maximum of one minute to ask a supplementary question and the answer shall not exceed two minutes. Question time shall not exceed 30 minutes in total.
Please contact Democratic Services for further information and to ask your proposed question.
- As a Data Controller Wycombe District Council collects names, email addresses and addresses for the purposes of public questions at Council meetings.
- Such processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest which could include processing your personal data under the “public task” legal requirement in the Data Protection Act 2018, necessary for activities that support or promote democratic engagement.
- Our policy is to only publish the individual’s name within the appropriate agenda and no other personal data. The personal data is not otherwise retained for future use.
- Our Data Protection Officer can be contacted at Wycombe District Council, Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BB or email email@example.com