Speak at a Full Council meeting
Councillors who sit on the Dacorum Borough Council are elected by voters in Dacorum to decide on a range of issues on behalf of residents.
Meetings of the Council take place seven or eight times a year. You can find a list of meeting dates on our meetings calendar.
- At any one meeting, each person may submit one question only. Only two questions may be asked on behalf of one organisation.
- If you submitted a written question and you cannot be present, you may ask the Mayor to put the question on your behalf.
- Each speaker can speak for a maximum of three minutes. A total of 30 minutes is available for members of the public to speak.
- If you wish to ask Council a question, we need to know in writing by 4pm on the Friday before the meeting.
- After asking your question, you may also put one extra question to the member who replied to your original question. Your supplementary question must arise directly from the original question or the reply.
- You may not ask a question if it is substantially the same as a question which has been asked at a meeting of the Council in the past six months.
- You must show respect for the members and the meeting.
- After asking your question, you must take your seat to listen to the reply. Afterwards, you may join the public for the rest of the meeting or leave the meeting.
To register to speak
Please complete and submit the form below.
If you are going to speak, please remember to:
- check the date, time and venue;
- ask someone to let the committee administrator know you are there; and
- speak clearly and concisely when you are talking to the meeting.
Due to essential maintenance work, our online forms and payment system will be unavailable between 8am and 6pm on Saturday 17 March. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. ×