Issue - meetings
The Chair will invite all ward councillors and community representatives to share only one item of interest that they have been working on either in their ward or organisation.
To share information and to gain an insight into what ward councillors and community representative are working on.
Indicative time 10 minutes
The Chair invited Councillors and Community Representatives to inform the meeting of one activity they had been involved with:
Mr O’Connor expressed his pleasure at work to introduce the bus route to Kimpton.
Councillor Allen had been pleased at the effective work of the Community Payback scheme.
Councillor Gordon-Bullock was dealing with a range of issues raised with him during the Worcester Park by-election.
Councillor Fenwick was dealing with parking issues arising from the KFC development.
Councillor Roberts was arranging for the Safer Neighbourhoods teams to visit Green lane school at peak times.
Councillor Davey had visited a Schools Council and bee quizzed by students; consequently he was arranging for a school litter bin to be introduced.
Councillor Kirsty Jerome was concerned with issues arising from Welfare Benefit changes, noting that even in this area 54% of people expected their finances to get worse in future.
Councillor Javelot was looking to get additional double yellow lines at junction of Ridge Road and Sutton Common Road.
Councillor Hudson was working with Friends of the Daisyfield who would have their next meeting on 20 March 7.00 at the Life Centre.
Mr Hill said that CHAPRA was looking at road safety issues in the area.
Mr Haagman thanked the Council and Mr Dalzell for the improvements made at Sutton Common Park.
Mr Byrne mentioned the Wetlands and Fishing club would commence at Easter.
Mr Hookway was concerned about security issues and had asked the Poilce and volunteers to work on this. It was noted that with the impending digital switchover, a number of bogus people were operating in the area.