Agendas, minutes and reports
Salford residents can access information 24 hours a day about the decisions Salford City Council makes that affect their home, work or educational life - saving money, as well as helping the local environment at the same time.
In addition to fortnightly cabinet and monthly council meetings, dozens of other meetings a year are organised by the city council to decide and plan licensing applications, standards, planning permissions, employment issues, and the work of the city's community partnerships.
You can access a list of all current and past council meetings, and read all the associated reports and agenda of these meetings by clicking on the council papers link:
You can also find details of agendas, minutes and reports for meetings of community committees that have taken place since April 2011.
With information having to be made available to interested or involved parties by law, Salford City Council found itself having to produce around several tonnes of paper agendas each year. Publishing this information electronically benefits everyone as well as helping the environment.
Many of the documents available are downloadable in Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format. If you encounter any problems accessing council papers of particular interest, please let us know. You can use the 'contact us' link available at the top of every page to do this, or if preferred email or telephone the contact details below.
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.
Who to contact
- Democratic Services
- Civic Centre
Map to this location
- 0161 793 3030
This page was last updated on 5 December 2013