THIS week is the last week before councils break up for summer recess but there is still plenty going on at your local authority in the coming days.

The council's top teams are set to make decisions on pressing issues in both Bracknell and Wokingham.

Here’s what your council is up to this week.

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Tuesday, July 23

No meetings on Monday means Bracknell Forest Council’s (BFC) executive meeting is the first time councillors will come together in public this week.

One item BFC’s top team is set to decide on is the location of Bracknell’s new town centre youth centre.

Documents show the authority has decided on the ground floor of the Braccan Walk car park as the home for this new facility.

Councillors will also discuss how the authority performed financially in the last year, after delving into safeguarding partnership arrangements in Bracknell Forest.

Members of the public and the press are excluded from hearing details about the council’s car parking strategy and about an offer from Homes England for the remediation of the former London Road landfill site later in the meeting, however.

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If you would like to attend this meeting, get to BFC’s Time Square offices, Market Street, Bracknell, RG12 1JD, for 5pm.

Wednesday, July 24

Tonight’s all about audits.

Both BFC and Wokingham Borough Council (WBC) members will be discussing the governance of their authorities following external audits for the 2018/2019 year.

BFC councillors will also be talking about the council’s 18/19 financial statements and you can see them do this from 7.30pm at Time Square (full address above).

In Wokingham, councillors will get the audit committee underway from 7pm at Shute End, Wokingham RG40 1BN.

Thursday, July 25

Final meeting this week sees WBC’s top team meet to take questions from the public and from fellow members.

Like in Bracknell on Tuesday, councillors will discuss the authority’s financial position – but this time members will be talking about the first quarter of the year instead.

Executive members are then set to agree ‘in principle’ to the creation of a new library in Twyford.

New documents reveal few details about how much the scheme may cost or when it may be completed, but instructions contained in the accompanying report shows the authority is keen to move quickly with these plans.

It is expected councillors will confirm proposals to acquire the remaining areas of land at Carnival Pool through a compulsory purchase order later at the meeting, a move which will help the authority ‘deliver the final phase of town-centre regeneration’.

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The meeting could move to private session for the final item of the evening – which could see councillors award a street cleaning contract to Volker Highways.

Members of the public are free to attend this meeting, which starts at 7.30pm and is set to be held at WBC’s offices (address above).

Full details for Bracknell and Wokingham can be found via the links.