Flintshire County Council webcast meetings of County Council and Planning and Development Control Committee to improve openness, understanding and accountability of local decision making.  These meetings are webcast live and are available on demand within 48 hours of the meeting.


What is a Webcast?

A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over the internet. Video cameras in the Council Chamber capture the live information and send it, via a provider, to anyone that would like to view the meeting. Through the use of your internet connection and Microsoft’s media player you can view the meetings live from the comfort of your own home.


How do I view a webcast?

If you have an internet connection you can watch the meetings as they are happening and for up to 6 months afterwards.  You will also find links on the webcasting page to the agenda and reports for the meeting, including presentation slides, which will give you useful information about the issues that are being discussed. 


Meeting archive

If you miss a meeting or want to watch all or part of it you can do so for up to 6 months after the date of the meeting.  The index points also let you jump to specific agenda points or speakers. 

Webcast overview 

Recent Webcasts

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