Isleworth and Brentford Area Committee (Monitoring)

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Isleworth and Brentford Areac Committee (IBAC) holds two separate types of meetings, monitoring and planning. The Monitoring meeting monitors and reviews services delivered by the Council and other agencies in Brentford.

This is an opportunity for all residents to find out what is being planned for Brentford, where our money is going, and to ask questions on relevant topics; school provision, unauthorised skips, Positive Future and local policing are to be discussed next meeting.

The meeting takes place on Thursday, 23 July 2009 7:30 pm, at Brentford Free Church, Boston Manor Road, Brentford

Meetings are open to the public and there is an opportunity for members of the public to raise issues of concern. In addition, the Committee can co-opt up to three local people onto the Committee (in a non-voting capacity).

Isleworth & Brentford Co-opted members appointed in November 2006 and confirmed in May 2007 are: Ms Christine Diwell and Mr Aljos Farjon. Ms Deanna Addis was later appointed as the Area Committee’s third Co-opted member.

The members of the Isleworth & Brentford Area Committee are the Councillors for the following wards:-

Brentford  - Ruth Cadbury, Andrew Dakers and Matthew Harmer

Isleworth  - Philip Andrews, Genevieve Hibbs and Paul Fisher

Osterley and Spring Grove  - Peter Carey, Sheila O’Reilly and Barbara Reid

Syon  - Caroline Andrews, Shirley Fisher (Chair) and Jonathan Hardy (Vice-Chair)

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Apologies for Absence, Declarations of Interest and any other Communications from Members


Minutes of the meeting held 21 May 2009 and Matters Arising


Plans for Primary and Secondary Education provision in the Isleworth and Brentord Area - presentation by Judith Pettersen


Positive Futures - Presentation by Jen Emeny


Rents on Council-owned properties in Brentford High Street


Policing Update - Inspector Simon Earle


Scrutiny Report on unauthorised skips


Small Grants


Open Forum -
An opportunity for members of the public to address the meeting on general issues relating to the meeting agenda. Please note that individual cases cannot be discussed.


Urgent Business
Any other business which the Chair considers is urgent

July 17, 2009

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