Decisions

The Coronavirus has impacted the way the Council makes decisions. Prior to the passing of new regulations by the Government, some decisions were taken using urgency procedures by the Leader of the Council and Senior Officers. The regulations made under the Coronavirus Act 2020 are now in effect until May 2021 and as such, Selby District Council is now in a position to start to deliver remote meetings. The meetings will be Microsoft Teams Live Events, viewable online by the public. The agendas for these meetings will be published as normal on the Council's website. Remote meeting procedure rules have been produced by the Council's Monitoring Officer and are available to view at Part 4.10 of the Council's Constitution at www.selby.gov.uk/constitution-council

Use the below search options to find information regarding recent decisions that have been taken by the council’s decision making bodies.

Alternatively you can visit the officer decisions page for information on officer delegated decisions that have been taken by council officers.

What is a 'Key Decison'?

A key decision is either:

  • one which is financially significant for the service or function concerned because it relates to expenditure or savings of more than £150,000; or
  • which will have a significant impact on people who live and work in an area covering two or more district wards.
  • Decisions recommendations approved (subject to call-in)

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