Do you have a question for Cabinet Members?

The Council’s Scrutiny Programme Committee holds the Council’s Cabinet to account and during the course of the year arranges Q & A sessions with each Cabinet Member.

Each Q & A session will explore the work Cabinet Members have done in their role, looking at priorities, actions, achievements and impact.

Is there anything that you think the committee should ask them about?

Let us have your ideas by adding a comment to this post, by email to scrutiny@swansea.gov.uk or tweet us at @swanseascrutiny.

Any suggestions made will be looked at by the committee in developing its questioning strategy and the key ones will be put to relevant Cabinet Members when they appear before the committee.

The Cabinet is made up of the Leader, Councillor Rob Stewart, and councillors appointed by the Leader, who are allocated specific responsibilities.

Councillor Clive Lloyd (Deputy Leader), Cabinet Member for Business Transformation & Performance will kick off this year’s sessions, appearing before the Scrutiny Programme Committee on 12 August.

Other Cabinet Members are scheduled to appear as follows:

When:                    Who:

9 Sep 2019:            Cllr. Andrea Lewis – Homes & Energy

14 Oct 2019:           Cllr. Jennifer Raynor – Education Improvement, Learning & Skills

11 Nov 2019:          Cllr. Elliot King & Cllr. Sam Pritchard – Children Services

9 Dec 2019:            Cllr. Mark Child – Care, Health & Ageing Well

13 Jan 2020:           Cllr. Rob Stewart (Leader) – Economy & Strategy

10 Feb 2020:          Cllr. Mark Thomas – Environment & Infrastructure Management

9 Mar 2020:            Cllr. Robert Francis-Davies – Investment, Regeneration & Tourism

20 Apr 2020:           Cllr. Alyson Pugh & Cllr. Andrew Stevens – Better Communities

11 May 2020:          Cllr. David Hopkins – Delivery

Committee meetings are open to the public and you are welcome to attend. All meetings usually take place in the Council Chamber at the Guildhall, Swansea starting at 4.30 pm.

A summary of each session, including public questions that are asked, responses, and views of the committee are included in a letter to the relevant cabinet member. Both these letters and responses from Cabinet Members are published on the council website and in future Scrutiny Programme Committee agendas.
         

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