Economy, Environment and Communities Overview and Scrutiny
Formerly Environment & Economy Overview and Scrutiny Panel,
pre May 2013.
The Overview and Scrutiny Panel's role is to scrutinise the work
of the Council. The Panel's meetings are open to the public and
Where it Meets
Unless otherwise shown, all meetings are held at County Hall.
When it Meets
The Panel will normally meet bi-monthly.
Agendas and Minutes
- Highway Maintenance - 5 September 2013
- Flood Risk Management Annual Report
- Passenger Transport, 20 mph speed limits - 3 December
- Budget and Performance
- Severn Trent (Road openings and Traffic Management)
Members of the public wishing to take part
should notify the Director of Resources in writing or by e-mail
indicating the nature and content of their proposed participation
no later than 9.00am on the working day before the meeting.
If you would like to know more about future
meetings of the Overview and Scrutiny or would like to present a
petition, ask a question or make a comment please contact us.
Stella Wood, Overview and Scrutiny Officer
Tel: 01905 822873
Democratic Services Team
Worcestershire County Council Economy, Environment and
Communities Overview d Scrutiny Panel Members
|Mr A A J Adams
| Mr A T Amos
|Mr W P Gretton
|Mr I Hopwood
|Mr M E Jenkins
|Dr K A Pollock (Chairman)
|Mr J Thomas
|| Independent Alliance
|Mr P A Tuthill
|Mr G J Vickery (Vice-Chairman)
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This page was last reviewed 25 October 2013 at 16:07.
The page is next due for review 23 April 2015.