Below is information regarding the next meeting of the GCP Joint Assembly. Further meeting dates are at the end of the post.
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GCP Joint Assembly Meeting 10am, Thursday 8 September 2022
Council Chamber, The Guildhall, Market Hill, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ
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Questions should relate to items that are on the agenda for discussion at the meeting in question. For details on the procedure to submit a question regarding an item on the agenda, please see the Public Question Protocol
If you would like to ask a question at the Greater Cambridge Partnership Joint Assembly, please submit it by 10am on Monday 5 September 2022 for the 8 September 2022 Joint Assembly meeting to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The agenda and report papers for the meeting has been published and can be found on the Cambridgeshire County Council website.
Part one (10am-12.30pm)
1. Apologies for absence
2. Declaration of interests
4. Public questions
6. Public Transport and City Access Strategy
Part two (1.30pm onwards)
7. Better Public Transport: Cambourne to Cambridge
8. Better Public Transport: Cambridge Eastern Access
9. Greater Cambridge Greenways
10. Quarterly progress report
11. Date of next meeting
Dates of future meetings
Thursday 24 November 2022
Thursday 16 February 2023
Thursday 8 June 2023
Thursday 7 September 2023
Thursday 23 November 2023
All meetings are scheduled to start at 2pm.
Filming and photography
The meeting will be live streamed and can be accessed from the GCP Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GreaterCambs and from the GCP YouTube channel.
We support the principle of transparency and encourage filming, recording and taking photographs at meetings that are open to the public. We also welcome the use of social networking and micro-blogging websites (such as Twitter and Facebook) to communicate with people about what’s happening, as it happens.
For more information about this meeting, please contact Nicholas Mills (Cambridgeshire County Council Democratic Services) on 01223 699763 or via e-mail at Nicholas.Mills@cambridgeshire.gov.uk.