Greenwich Council

Committee structure.


All 51 Greenwich Councillors meet regularly at a Full Council meeting to discuss and vote on key Council policies and strategies.  These meetings are open to the public.


Members of the public can submit written questions to Council. These must be in the form of a clear and concise question, not a statement, and must relate to matters in which the Council has powers or duties. These have to be submitted by no later than 12 noon five clear working days before the meeting.  Each member of the public can ask up to two questions at any one meeting and each question must consist of no more than one part.


Meetings of Council are filmed and broadcast to the web.


Watch Full Council meetings online



Regulatory: Planning and Licensing

Licensing Committee

The Licensing Committee agrees on policies and procedures for licensing.  It is involved with some of the appeals and objections made about licence applications and also appeals for licences that have been refused.


Meetings are usually held at the Woolwich Town Hall at 6.30pm.


Staff Consultative Bodies

Advisory Groups

Other Committees