Webcasts of meetings are available online for six months after the date of the meeting.
They include index points that allow you to jump to specific agenda items and speakers.
Please note: you may notice a lack of sound for a few minutes until meetings have formally begun.
For webcasts of meetings more than six months ago, please contact Democratic Services.
These meetings are open to the public
Anyone can come and listen. If you want to ask a question, you'll need to let us know in advance:
Key documents, reports and meetings calendar
- Agendas and reports for most meetings are published here a few days in advance of each meeting.
- Minutes are published a few weeks later.
All these public documents can be found through our pages on the various committees and meetings.
Important topics scheduled for discussion in the next few months are listed in the key decision dates and meetings calendar.
Planned and recent webcasts
You can view webcasts from the past six months and see what meetings are coming up in the webcast library on the Public-i website:
Help with viewing webcasts
For help with problems or understanding how the technology works, see our page on how to view our webcasts.
The webcasts are provided through the website of Public-i.