Have Your Say At Neighbourhood Panels in Burwell and Soham
NEIGHTBOURHOOD Panels will in the new year highlight how communities can plan more effectively for their future. The Soham Panel will be considering Emergency Planning issues, while the South Panel will focus on Neighbourhood Watch schemes. Both Panels
NEIGHTBOURHOOD Panels will in the new year highlight how communities can plan more effectively for their future.
The Soham Panel will be considering Emergency Planning issues, while the South Panel will focus on Neighbourhood Watch schemes. Both Panels will also receive presentations on how the District and County Councils will help to make community led plans more effective, in addition to the regular update on actions that have taken place since the October meetings.
The next meeting of the South Panel due to meet the following evening on Tuesday 5 January at Burwell Village College while the Soham and East Panel is on Wednesday 6 January at the Village College (Beechurst Hall). Both meetings will start at 7pm.
Councillor Carl Poole, who chairs the South Panel said, "It is important that local residents come together to influence their futures to help make communities sustainable. It is equally important that Councils do their bit to help these local areas to develop effectively and understand what their potential is. I am really looking forward to hearing the difference we can all make."
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Each Neighbourhood Panel is made up of Parish, District and County Councillors along with community representatives invited to become Panel members, together with managers from public service agencies.
For further information please contact Alan Williams - Neighbourhood Panel Co-ordinator on 01353 665555 or visit www.eastcambs.gov.uk to access all current information about Neighbourhood Panels from newsletters to profiles and action plans.
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