Henley-on-Thames Town Council Committees & Meetings
Henley-on-Thames Town Council Committee Meetings run on a 6 week cycle, and are always held on Tuesday evenings in the Council Chamber at the Town Hall at 7.30pm unless otherwise indicated.
Members of the public are welcome at all meetings and a ten minute public participation period is set aside at the start of each meeting in which the public may ask questions or make comments regarding any of the matters covered on the Agenda. If you would like to attend or make a representation at a Council meeting, please read the agenda of your chosen meeting carefully so that you can make the necessary arrangements in good time. For some Committees, you will need to contact the relevant officer more than 24 hours in advance.
For a list of calendar meetings from May 2021 to May 2022 click here.
To view live streams of all online Council meetings click below.
An Annual Town Meeting is held every year in which community organisations are encouraged to report on their activities over the year. It is also an opportunity for the Council to present an overview of its work and achievements since the previous meeting. Additionally the public is welcomed and encouraged to participate in the public question time.
Henley-on-Thames Town Council meets as a body approximately 8 times a year. Generally, the Council delegates its decision-making to its committees or senior officers, although there are some things such as setting the precept (the Town Council’s part of council tax) that it cannot lawfully delegate. Full Council also receive reports and recommendations from its committees.
The Deputy Mayor
The Planning Committee is established to determine the Council’s responses to all planning applications on which the Council consulted, and consider all matters relating to planning policy, infrastructure, and development.
Cllr Michelle Thomas
Cllr Ken Arlett