Meeting attendance of Councillor Helen Whitcroft

Attendance statistics for Councillor Helen Whitcroft
Statistic Count Percentage
Total expected attendances:12
Present as expected: 10   83%
Apologies received:2   100% of absences
Absent (incl. apologies):2   17%
In attendance:2

Explanation of the statistics counts

Total expected attendances
The number of meetings that the councillor was expected to attend in their capacity as member of that committee. This only includes meetings for which the councillor's actual attendance status is known.
Present as expected
The number of meetings that the councillor attended in their capacity as member of that committee.
In attendance
The number of meetings that the councillor attended in a capacity other than committee member, for example a voluntary attendance out of personal interest for a topic being discussed.
Absent (incl. apologies)
Meetings not attended, where the councillor is a member of the committee, including apologies submitted.
This information is not included in the summary statistics above.

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Meeting summary for Councillor Helen Whitcroft
Date Committee Meeting Attendance
07/04/2021 Council ,07/04/2021 Present
19/05/2021 Council ,19/05/2021 Present
28/07/2021 Council ,28/07/2021 Present
15/06/2021 Executive ,15/06/2021 In attendance
09/09/2021 Executive ,09/09/2021 In attendance
01/06/2021 External Partnerships Select Committee ,01/06/2021 Apologies received
07/09/2021 External Partnerships Select Committee ,07/09/2021 Present
29/07/2021 Licensing Committee ,29/07/2021 Present
29/04/2021 Licensing Sub Committee ,29/04/2021 Present
11/05/2021 Licensing Sub Committee ,11/05/2021 Present
15/04/2021 Planning Applications Committee ,15/04/2021 Present
20/05/2021 Planning Applications Committee ,20/05/2021 Expected
17/06/2021 Planning Applications Committee ,17/06/2021 Present
15/07/2021 Planning Applications Committee ,15/07/2021 Present
12/08/2021 Planning Applications Committee ,12/08/2021 Apologies, sent representative; Substituted by Councillor Morgan Rise