Regular meetings of the council are held to consider council business. View copies of the agendas, minutes and reports for full council meetings.
Please note, members of the public who would like to attend full council meetings must first book a place online. Please read 'Important information - booking to attend Council meetings' below.
Meetings usually commence at 7pm, however depending upon the business for the meeting, the timing of individual meetings may change to 6:30pm. For example, where the council is to present awards, receive presentations from external agencies, or include policy conferences as part of the meeting.
Full council meetings for 2020
Wednesday 29 July 2020
This is an extraordinary council meeting.
It will be taking place virtually, and will be streamed live via the council's Facebook page.
It will also be available to watch on the council's YouTube channel after the meeting has taken place.
Further council meetings for 2020 have yet to be arranged, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the need to follow social distancing rules.
Please note, all dates are subject to change. Any changes will be clearly shown on this page.
Important information - booking to attend council meetings
All members of the public must book a space in order to attend a council meeting. If there is more than one council meeting on the same day, i.e. if an extraordinary council meeting has been called to follow the scheduled council meeting, you only need to book for the earliest meeting, but you may attend the subsequent meeting(s).
You can use our online form to book a space at the next council meeting. Please note, bookings only open one week before the meeting.
Arrangements are in place to ensure the smooth running of Middlesbrough Council meetings.
Access to the Town Hall is from the main entrance on Centre Square from 6:30pm, with the public seating area in the Chamber open from 6:50pm.
Access to the lift for those with disabilities is via the rear door in the corner of the quadrangle behind the Town Hall.
The capacity of the public gallery will be limited to 40 people to comply with health and safety, and fire, regulations.
Admission will be on a first come, first served basis, with priority given to those who have registered their intention to attend in advance via this website.
Please note, the Civic Centre car park and Town Hall courtyard are no longer available for parking.
Meetings where members of the public can ask questions are clearly indicated in the table above. A question may only be asked if seven clear working days' notice has been given.
To put forward a question at a council meeting, please contact:
Post: Middlesbrough Council, PO Box 503, Town Hall, Middlesbrough, TS1 9FX
Agendas, reports and minutes - eGenda
Agendas, reports and minutes of committees are available via the eGenda system. Updates are regularly made to these pages and relevant information is added as soon as it becomes available. eGenda can also be used to check the members of a particular committee.
You should contact Democratic Services regarding the status of reports or minutes before relying on their content for any purpose. The council does not accept responsibility for any losses incurred as a consequence of any reliance on the information shown.
All information shown is subject to the requirements of the Local Government Act 1972 in relation to exempt or confidential information.
Videos of council meetings
In line with legislation, we record video and audio at meetings of the full council, as well as streaming the meeting live via the Middlesbrough Council Facebook page.
Videos from the last three council meetings are available below. All recorded meetings are available via the Middlesbrough Council YouTube channel for a period of two years after the meeting.