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Saturday, 24 November 2012

Next Southfield Ward Forum meeting is on Thur 29th Nov...

The Southfield ward forum is a chance for residents to ask their three local councillors questions and a meeting where Council officers and the local police team discuss local issues.

The Forum also has an annual budget of around £40,000 and funds local projects that improve the area like adding new lighting, improving plagrounds and parks as well as installing cycling facilities to encourage more people to cycle.

Scout Hut, Rugby Road
The meeting takes place at the Scout Hut, Rugby Road, Chiswick. W4 1AT, this Thursday (29th November) from 7.30pm.

The venue will be open from 7.15pm so please feel free to come a little early. There will be any of the documents that relate to the meeting so you do not need to print our any paperwork.

On the agenda for this meeting are the following items:

  • A chance for residents to raise Council related matters
  • Ark Priory Primary Academy (formally the Priory Community Centre) - presentation
  • Southfield Neighbourhood Police Team - where you can ask the police questions
  • Southfield Road Shopping Parade Consultation results
  • Southfield ward budget - where you can make suggestions of where the Council should spend some of its money
  • Discussion on the Council's Waste & recycling collection and Street cleaning

All are invited so please turn up. If you have any questions about the meeting please email me at

Hope to see you on Thursday.

PS If you want to read some facts about Southfield ward click here


  1. Hi Gary, I understand the planning application for St Albans Church is going into a public enquiry. Do you have a link with information about all the interested parties wanting to use the site so that I can make a fair judgement...

  2. Good evening. The actual date of the Public Enquiry has not been announced yet - I am informed it will be in Jan or Feb 2013.

    I will update residents when I get confirmation of the dates (it will take place over three days I understand) so people can give their views.