SEEC All-member Meetings

South East England Councils (SEEC) represents the vast majority of the 74 unitary, county and district and borough councils across the region.  SEEC All-member meetings are an opportunity for councillors from all member councils to discuss strategic issues affecting South East local authorities and to receive updates on key policy issues affecting our area, such as funding, the economy, housing, Europe, migration and transport.

The meetings reflect SEEC’s wide remit, based on our four principles: To strive for a fair funding deal for the South East; Promote the South East’s position as a leading global economy; Act as a single democratic voice for South East interests; and Monitor the pulse of the South East.


SEEC All-member meetings are held twice a year, usually in London. Follow the links on the sidebar to find agendas and meeting papers for the corresponding year, all available for download.

27 Sussex Pl, City of Westminster, NW1, UK
16 Jun 2010
Extraordinary SEEC All-member meeting
Special all-member meeting to agree SEEC's future direction post -election Venue: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 27 Sussex Pl, City of Westminster, NW1, UK