Dorchester Markets Informal Joint Panel
Wednesday, 26th June, 2019 7.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Dorchester Town Council

Contact: Kate Critchel, Senior Democratic Services Officer 01305 252234  Email:

No. Item

The Informal Panel are asked to appoint a member to preside over the election of Chairman


Election of Chairman

To elect a Chairman for the remainder of the municipal year 2019/2020.


Election of Vice-Chairman

To elect a Vice-Chairman for the remainder of the municipal year 2019/2020.




To receive any apologies for absence.


Notes of the last meeting pdf icon PDF 85 KB

To receive the notes of the meeting held on 13 February 2019.


Declaration of Interest

To receive any declarations of interest.


Public Participation

To receive questions or statements on the business of the committee from town and parish councils and members of the public.


Financial Outturn pdf icon PDF 91 KB

To consider a report of the Group Account.


Additional documents:


Appointments to the Car Boot Grants Panel pdf icon PDF 110 KB

To agree the appointments to the Panel responsible for allocating funds in 2019/2020.


Market Management Report pdf icon PDF 116 KB

To receive the market management report on the Dorchester Markets and related property and facilities.


Urgent Items

To consider any items of business which the Chairman has had prior notification and considers to be urgent pursuant to section 100B (4) b) of the Local Government Act 1972. The reason for the urgency shall be recorded in the minutes.


Exempt Business

To move the exclusion of the press and the public for the following item(s) in view of the likely disclosure of exempt information within the meaning of paragraph 1 of schedule 12 A to the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended).

The public and the press will be asked to leave the meeting whilst the item of business is considered.


Market Management Report - Exempt Appendix

Appendix 1 to this report is not for publication by virtue of paragraph 3 of Schedule 12A, Part 1 of The Local Government Act 1972, as amended. 


The public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing it.