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Your council may decide to close part of a meeting to the public. If it is a council meeting, the decision must be made by an absolute majority. If a council committee decides to close a meeting, it may do so by simple majority.
A meeting may be closed to the public only for the reasons outlined in regulation 15(2) of the Meeting Regulations. These reasons include:
Under regulation 15(3) of the Meeting Regulations, a meeting cannot be closed when council is acting as a planning authority, considering planning permits or dealing with matters relating to the sale of public land under section 178 of the Local Government Act.
The only instance in which your council may discuss matters under regulation 15(3) in closed session is where the matters to be considered relate to actual or possible legal action to be taken by or involving the council.