Councillors meet together at Council
meetings which are normally open to the public. At Council
meetings, Councillors decide major
policies and set the Budget each year. The Council has
adopt and, where necessary, amend the Constitution;
adopt the Code of Conduct;
agree the major Policy and Budget Framework;
appoint the Leader;
appointCouncillors to Committees;
appoint the Chief Executive
How to ask questions at meetings of the Council
Persons living within the Borough of Ipswich are entitled to put questions to their elected representatives at meetings of the full Council.
You are permitted to ask a maximum of two questions per meeting and one supplementary question per main question. Supplementary questions must relate to the subject matter of the original question and must not be preceded by a statement.
Questions can be put to:
Questions must relate to issues for which the Council has responsibility.
Questions must be submitted to the Monitoring Officer by no later than 10.00am, two working days before the meeting.
Questions must be in writing or by email to: email@example.com;
Questions must contain:
The same question cannot be asked in Council within a period of six months.
For further information please contact:
Support officer: Ainsley Gilbert. 01473 432510