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Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn - Isle of Anglesey County Council

Public speaking at Scrutiny Committees


Isle of Anglesey County Council has a protocol for Public Speaking at Scrutiny Committees.

Under this protocol, members of the public may apply to speak at meetings of Scrutiny Committees where matters of interest to them are to be discussed. Participants must do this as soon as possible and at least 3 clear working days before the date of the Committee.

One person is allowed to speak on behalf of each group or body where each group or body has something different to say in relation to an item being considered by a Scrutiny Committee.

Individuals who are experts in a particular field, or who hold a view that is not represented by a group or body, can also register their interest to speak at the meeting.

Those wishing to speak at Committee meetings should register their interest to do so as soon as possible by confirming their names and who they represent, if applicable - please use the registration form below.

Individuals should not wait for the Committee papers to be published before registering, in order to avoid a situation where they miss the deadline to register and/or where other individuals have already registered to speak.

Individuals are encouraged to review the Scrutiny Committee Forward Work Programme which identifies the matters to be discussed at future meetings.

Register your interest

If you wish to register your interest in speaking in public at a Scrutiny Committee, please complete our online form below.

Register your interest to speak at scrutiny committees

Alternatively, download a Word or PDF copy of the registration form below and return it to the Scrutiny Team by emailing Scrutiny@anglesey.gov.uk

Alternatively, if that is not possible, please send by post to the following address:

Scrutiny Team, Council Business, Isle of Anglesey County Council, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7TW. 

Please note that the Protocol for Public Speaking at Scrutiny Committees adopted on 8 September 2020 has been amended as a result of Council meetings being held virtually at this time. 

The protocol in the documents list below shows the original protocol with the revisions that apply.


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