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Freeport Board

The Freeport Board has been established to make recommendations to Cabinet on Freeport strategy and policies, to review Freeport services, ensure compliance with Freeport legislation and to co-ordinate the interests of landowners and other key stakeholders

The Freeport Board meet at least six times per year. An agenda will be published five clear working days before the meeting. Draft minutes will be published within ten clear working days of the meeting taking place and final minutes within ten clear working days of approval.

Please note: The arrangements allowing virtual statutory meetings, has changed, and has not been extended which means future meetings of the Freeport Board are to take place in person with limited numbers to enable social distancing. At this time only Freeport Board Members will meet in person, but we will continue to provide remote access to future meetings via Microsoft Teams for the press and public, though this may change in the future as guidance changes.

Anyone is welcome to observe our Freeport Board meeting remotely. If you would like to do so, you can email your name and address to at least 48 hours before the meeting is due to take place.

The meeting will take place using Microsoft Teams (you may need to download the Microsoft Teams App to access the meeting). Approximately 1 hour before the meeting is due to start you will be sent joining instructions including a code.

If you wish to ask questions these will be accepted at the discretion of the Chair and need to be submitted via e-mail to at least 48 hours before the meeting is due to take place.

If it is necessary for the press and public to be excluded where confidential items are discussed under the terms of Section 100A (4) of the Local Government Act 1972, these attendees will be asked by the Chair to leave the meeting. If they do not comply, The Chair or Governance team members will act to exclude them.

Forthcoming Freeport Board meeting dates:

18th November