Venue: Virtual Meeting - Online access

Contact: Karen Shepherd  01628 796529

Note: Extraordinary meeting - deadline for public questions: 12noon Tuesday 22 September. Questions must relate directly to the item on the agenda, which will be published on 18 September. Contact for further information. 

No. Item


Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence


Declarations of Interest pdf icon PDF 219 KB

To receive any declarations of interest


Public Questions

The deadline for public questions (directly relating to an item on the agenda) is 12noon on Tuesday 22 September 2020.

For information contact or 01628 796529.


(The Council will set aside a period of 30 minutes to deal with public questions, which may be extended at the discretion of the Mayor in exceptional circumstances. The Member who provides the initial response will do so in writing. The written response will be published as a supplement to the agenda by 5pm one working day before the meeting. The questioner shall be allowed up to one minute to put a supplementary question at the meeting. The supplementary question must arise directly out of the reply provided and shall not have the effect of introducing any new subject matter. A Member responding to a supplementary question will have two minutes to respond).


Maidenhead Community Centre Petition pdf icon PDF 148 KB

The Constitution provides for a maximum time of 30 minutes to debate petitions; this can be overruled at the Mayor’s discretion.


In accordance with the Constitution, the order of speaking shall be as follows:


a) The Mayor may invite the relevant officer to set out the background to the petition issue.

b) The Lead Petitioner to address the meeting on the petition (5 minutes maximum)

c) The Mayor to invite any relevant Ward Councillors present to address the meeting. (5 minutes maximum each)

d) The Mayor to invite the relevant officer to provide any further comment.

e) The Mayor will invite all Members to debate the matter (Rules of Debate as per the Constitution apply)



Local Government Act 1972 - Exclusion of Public

To consider passing the following resolution:-


“That under Section 100(A)(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded from the remainder of the meeting whilst discussion takes place on item 6 on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Paragraphs 1-7 of part I of Schedule 12A of the Act"


Community Options - Maidenhead

To consider the above report