I do think sometimes you have to be a little realistic with some of these matters. If you want to change the venue, put it forward as a proposal but remember that the practicalities of any venue have to be taking into account too. If a venue isn't available for whatever reason, the clerk needs to have authority to deal with this as and when it arises. Perhaps one venue is more expensive than another or simply isn't available for the days/times you want your meeting. You also need to factor accessibility, acoustics, possibly parking etc. That having been said, where I used to live we had two community centres and alternated between the two until one took a long term booking for a weekly yoga class on the day so the bi-monthly parish council meetings were evicted!