The full council

Find out what our full council does and how often it meets. 

What does the full council do?

The full council meets five times a year to deal with major corporate policy issues.

These include:

  • the council plan

  • annual accounts

  • budget monitoring and budget setting

  • inspection and portfolio reports

  • Police Authority and Fire Authority business

  • and to receive major petitions. 

Who makes up the full council?

The full council is made up of all of the 64 councillors elected to represent Derbyshire on the county council.

Come along to a meeting of full council

Our council meetings are open to the public and you are welcome to come along and view the proceedings.

If you'd like to attend or find out more about what happens at a meeting of full council you can contact us.


Danny Sunderland

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