Residents are invited to Elmbridge Borough Council’s 2020 Annual Public Meeting on 15 January from 6-9pm at the Civic Centre in Esher.
This informative event provides an insight into a range of local issues and the Council’s plans to tackle them in partnership with the community and other public agencies.
Drop-in session: From 6-7pm Council and partner services will be holding a drop-in session, with officers on hand to answer residents’ questions about local services. Partner services attending include Surrey Police and Surrey County Council’s Elmbridge Local Committee.
Presentation and Q&A: From 7pm the Leader of the Council will deliver a presentation detailing the key themes of the Council’s work, from the climate emergency to our changing high streets. This will be followed by a question and answer session involving the Leader and Cabinet Members.
The Leader of the Council, Councillor Stuart Selleck, said: “The Annual Public Meeting is an excellent opportunity for residents to engage directly with us about local issues. 2019 has been a busy year for the Council: as well as continuing to deliver our day-to-day services we took the historic step of declaring a climate emergency, pledging to make the Council carbon neutral by 2030. To tackle the climate emergency and other local challenges we need to work with the community and I would encourage residents to take this chance to find out more about what lies ahead for Elmbridge in 2020 and beyond.”
Residents can sign up to attend the event and submit questions in advance of the Q&A at Eventbrite. Any questions about the event can be directed to the Organisational Development team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01372 474 216.