How cities bidding to host the 2018 World Cup have used the local democratic process:
Report to Cabinet on 15 July along with publication of 139-page Outline Bid SubmissionUpdate Report to Cabinet on 11 November
Final Decision to be made at Cabinet on 25 November
Motion at Full Council on 24 June to support England World Cup Bid and promote Sunderland as a venue.
Report to Cabinet on 4 November.
Report to cabinet on 13 May including copy of slide from FA showing key issues for consideration.
Report to cabinet on 17 June
Report to cabinet on 22 July with links to Elland Road Masterplan for stadium area
Report to cabinet for final approval to be made on 24 November
Scrutiny Committee on 11 November prior to Cabinet meeting
Report to Cabinet on 11 November including locally produced impact study.
Report to Cabinet on 6 November including Host City Bid Summary, 42-page Applicant Host City Engagement Process, and letter regarding Government Guarantees from Department for Culture, Media & Sport
Report to Cabinet on 10 September
Report to Cabinet on 17 November
Report to Cabinet on 28 July
Report to Cabinet by Rushcliffe Borough on 17 July (Nottingham is pursuing its bid in partnership with its neigbouring borough and the county council)
Report and decision to submit bid approved at Full Council on 4 November
Updated report to Full Council on 18 November
Report to Scrutiny 24 September
Report to Cabinet 5 October
Report to Cabinet for 23 November
Report to go to Full Council on 25 November
Discussed at Full Council 9 June
Report to Cabinet 27 October
Brief discussion at scrutiny meetings in September and in October.
Report to cabinet scheduled for 24 November
Motion to full council for 24 November accompanied by 126-page report.
Motion to submit World Cup Bid to be considered at Full Council on 23 November. Report published to guide decision.
Scrutiny on 20 November with 66-page report published on 17 November.
Cabinet Meeting on 24 November with call-in suspended.