Most of the items considered by the Cabinet or other executive decision making committees are open to members of the public to attend.
In exceptional circumstances, whenever it is likely that exempt information will be provided, the law allows the public to be excluded from meetings.
Exempt information includes:
- information relating to personal privacy
- information about Council negotiations for land, goods or services where disclosure would be likely to prejudice the Council's position
- information about legal proceedings
- investigation of crime and security matters
In the table below find details of current and past notices about where it is likely that exempt information needs to be considered by the Cabinet or another executive decision making committee.
|7 November 2017||Cabinet (PDF 79KB)|
|13 December 2016||Cabinet (PDF 80 KB)|
|15 November 2016||Cabinet (PDF 78 KB)|
|17 May 2016||Cabinet (PDF 49 KB)|
|8 December 2015||Cabinet (PDF, 49 KB)|
|16 June 2015||Cabinet (PDF, 49 KB)|
|January - December 2015||Lowestoft Shared Accommodation Joint Committee (PDF, 48 KB)|
|16 December 2014||Lowestoft Shared Accommodation Joint Committee (PDF, 49 KB)|
|24 October 2014||Lowestoft Shared Accommodation Joint Committee (PDF, 31 KB)
deferred to December 2014
|24 June 2014||Lowestoft Shared Accommodation Joint Committee (PDF, 31 KB)|
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