A motion is a statement voted on at Full Council that, if passed, commits the Council to certain action. For example, if a motion was passed saying that the Council had to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by a certain amount, then it would have to do so. However, motions can be reviewed and changed, overtaken by events and cannot bind anyone other than the Council.
Download the document below to see a list of all the motions passed at Full Council since May 2012, in chronological order from the earliest to most recent. The document also contains links that can be used to navigate to the motions passed each year or use the A-Z to find a specific motion.