“Key” decisions which are those with a significant impact are made by the Council’s Cabinet. The Cabinet is made up of between three and ten Elected Members appointed by the Leader of the Council. Each cabinet member has responsibility and individual decision making powers for a ‘portfolio’ of particular services
The cabinet is made up of eight members from the Conservative group, including the Leader and Deputy Leader of the Council. The Cabinet is the key decision making body of the Council, and provides political leadership and direction across the whole range of council services.
Cabinet also advises full council on policies, plans and strategies, including the fixing of the budget and council tax levels, which remains the responsibility of all members of the Council.
Meetings are chaired by the Leader of the Council, and are usually attended by senior council officers including the Chief Executive.
Each cabinet member has responsibility and individual decision making powers for a ‘portfolio’ of particular services. Portfolio executive meetings have similar rules to cabinet regarding public access.
Get involved in meetings
The public are welcome to attend Cabinet meetings which are normally held every four weeks. The agenda and reports for each meeting are published online in the Meetings section.
These are usually available five working days prior to the meeting. The papers are also available for public inspection at the Municipal Offices customer access point, Town Hall Square, Grimsby, DN31 1HU.
Decisions to be taken by Cabinet are published, in advance, within the forward plan of key decisions.
Find details of Cabinet meetings including the schedule, agenda, papers and minutes of meetings on our Cabinet meetings
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