Decision making

Stirling Council is made up of 23 elected members who are elected by the residents of the Stirling area to take decisions about services provided by the council and on a whole range of other issues affecting the area. These decisions are taken at full council and at committee and panel meetings.

You will have access to all decisions taken by the council at meetings held since April 1995 to the present time. Please note some of the information contained in minutes or accompanying reports is not available for public viewing. Political party agendas and minutes are not made available to officers of the council or to the general public.

If you’re interested in how the council works, why not come along to a council, committee or panel meeting? You can check out the schedule of meetings or find out what meetings are taking place over the next few months, view days and view agendas and reports for these.

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