Issue 22 September 2021


Council meetings

Council ChamberAs of May 2021, decision making meetings of the Council have returned to in-person sessions. A number of meetings remain virtual, and are marked as such below.

You can follow virtual meetings on the Mid Sussex District Council YouTube channel.  For further details of the location of in-person meetings please see or contact Committee Services on 01444 477225.

Meeting agendas and papers will be available online five working days before each meeting at the links below:

15 September - Scrutiny Committee for Leader, Finance and Performance (18:00)

16 September - District Planning Committee (14:00)

22 September - Scrutiny Committee for Housing Planning and Economic Growth (17:00)

28 September - Audit Committee (17:00)

29 September - Council (19:00)

6 October - Scrutiny Committee for Community, Customer Services and Service Delivery (17:00) 

12 October - Licensing Committee (17:00)

14 October - Planning Committee (16:00) 

18 October - Cabinet (16:00)

21 October - District Planning Committee (14:00)

25 October - Cabinet Grants Panel (16:00) 

3 November - Council (19:00)

10 November - Scrutiny Committee for Leader, Finance and Performance (18:00)

11 November - Planning Committee (16:00)


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