Council meetings: March - April 2020
Special Meeting, Epsom and Walton Downs Conservators, Monday 2 March, 6pm
Licensing and Planning Policy Committee, Thursday 5 March, 7pm
Planning Committee, Thursday 12 March, 7pm
Community and Wellbeing Committee, Thursday 19 March, 7.30pm
Environment and Safe Communities Committee, Tuesday 24 March, 7.30pm
Strategy and Resources Committee, Tuesday 31 March, 7.30pm
Audit, Crime & Disorder and Scrutiny Committee, Thursday 9 April, 7.30pm
Council, Tuesday 14 April, 7.30pm
Planning Committee, Thursday 16 April, 7pm
Licensing and Planning Policy Committee, Thursday 23 April, 7pm
Nonsuch Park Joint Management Committee, Monday 27 April, 10am, Nonsuch Mansion House, Nonsuch Park.
All meetings are held at the Town Hall, Epsom (unless otherwise stated). Meetings may be cancelled or additional meetings arranged as necessary. To view the full year’s calendar of meetings, download agendas or review minutes of previous meetings visit www.epsom-ewell.gov.uk
Agenda papers are available online to download five clear working days before a meeting and are accessible via the mod.gov app.
For further information please contact Democratic Services, email: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the Committee or subject area you are interested in - we are always happy to help.
Epsom & Ewell Local Committee (Surrey County Council) meeting
Date: Monday 30 March 2020
Venue: Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell KT17 1UF
Please note the date and venue could be subject to change.
Visit www.surreycc.gov.uk/epsomandewell for more details and confirmation of the venue, or contact Nicola Morris on 020 8541 9437 or email: email@example.com Follow on Twitter @EpsomLC
Surrey County Council: Epsom and Ewell Local Committee – working for you
As part of open and accessible local government, Epsom & Ewell Local Committee is encouraging residents and businesses to contribute to the local decision making process.
Consisting of five County Councillors and five Borough Councillors, the Local Committee meets four times a year to discuss and make decisions on issues important to local people. These include activities and support for young people, community safety, library opening hours, highway improvements, road safety, speed limits and parking restrictions as well as other local concerns.
Councillors put residents’ interests at the heart of the decisions they make. The opinions of local people matter when decisions are being taken, and their views are welcome. Held in public, residents and businesses can attend meetings in person to listen to the debate, ask a question or present a petition. Questions can either be asked on the night, or in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12noon the Tuesday before the meeting. Petitions, which require a minimum of 30 signatures, need to be submitted 14 days before the meeting.
Jobs at the Council
Why work for Epsom & Ewell Borough Council?
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council is a small, forward-thinking local authority set in the heart of Surrey and within easy reach of London and the M25. We take pride in our progressive approach to the development and delivery of public services, and support equality of opportunity for all.
If you're looking for a new challenge, seeking career development or even looking to return to work, visit our jobs page - http://www.epsom-ewell.gov.uk/jobs for all the latest vacancies and to view are new 'Working with us' recruitment video.
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