Meeting to hear reports on policing, Cycleway 9 and a Summer of Culture
Brentford Free Church. Picture: ZeevoX
The Isleworth and Brentford Forum is returning to an in-person format at its next meeting on 10 February.
Proceeding begin at 7.30pm at the Brentford Free Church on Boston Manor Road.
If you are unable (or would prefer not) to attend the meeting, you don’t have to miss out. A recording of the meeting will be published on the Council’s YouTube channel after the meeting.
The meeting will include the following:
· Update on local policing and community safety
· Introducing the “Summer of Culture” programme of events and activities.
· An update on Cycle Superhighway 9
· Open Forum – questions and comments welcome
As well as the above there’ll be information on local grant funding opportunities and how to apply. Details of the borough’s Character and Design Supplementary Planning Document consultation (agreed at Cabinet earlier this month) will also be included.
Councillor Louki, Chair of the Area Forum, says, “I should like to welcome residents and other guests to next week’s Isleworth and Brentford Area Forum, the closest everyone is likely to come to meeting the Councillors from the four Wards of this, the best, part of the London Borough of Hounslow. Acknowledging the recent changes in health advice, we shall still encourage care and precaution. I appreciate Council officers’ efforts to encourage participation, particularly through the new online questions submission form.”
If you have any suggestions or requests for agenda items for future meetings, email the Isleworth & Brentford Area Forum team at IBAF@hounslow.gov.uk.
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February 4, 2022