The Committee comprises the following members:
County Councillors S Austen, J Batchelor, N Guyatt, C Hutton, G Kenney (Vice-Chairman), V McGuire, P Reeve, K Reynolds (Chairman), P Sales, S Sedgwick-Jell, F Whelan and F Yeulett
Co-opted District Councillors: S Brown (Cambridge City), T Cornell (East Cambridgeshire) M Cornwell (Fenland), R West (Huntingdonshire) and R Hall (South Cambridgeshire)
Substitute members: County Councillors B Brooks-Gordon, G Heathcock, S Hoy, A Melton, J Palmer, P Read, C Shepherd and L Wilson
Co-opted District Councillors: S Birtles (Cambridge City), S Willows (East Cambridgeshire), D Stebbing (Fenland), J Pethard (Huntingdonshire) and B Smith (South Cambridgeshire)
For more information about this meeting, including access arrangements and facilities for people with disabilities, please contact Ruth Yule in the County Council’s Democratic Services Team on 01223 699184 or by email to Ruth.Yule@cambridgeshire.gov.uk.
The County Council is committed to open government and the public are welcome to attend from 10.00am. It supports the principle of transparency and encourages filming, recording and taking photographs at meetings that are open to the public. It also welcomes the use of social networking and micro-blogging websites (such as Twitter and Facebook) to communicate with people about what is happening, as it happens. These arrangements operate in accordance with a protocol agreed by the Chairman of the Council and political Group Leaders which can be accessed via the following link or made available on request: www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/council/democracy/recordingofmeetings.htm
Public speaking on the agenda items above is encouraged. Speakers must register their intention to speak by contacting the Democratic Services Officer at least three working days before the meeting. Full details of the public speaking scheme for Overview and Scrutiny Committees are at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/council/democracy/playyourpart/.
The Council does not guarantee the provision of car parking on the Shire Hall site and you will need to use nearby public car parks. Details of location and other transport options are available at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/council/offices/shirehall.htm.