If you've ever wanted to ask just what our borough's leaders and service providers are up to, then here's your chance. Members of the public and local people are being invited to an open meeting on Tuesday 9th March, where they'll get the chance to broach pertinent subjects with Bromley Council Leaders, the police, health service providers and other key partners.
It's an opportunity to ask how local services are being run and improved, and is being co-ordinated by Bromley's Local Strategic Partnership (LSP).
Taking place at the Orpington Methodist Church on Sevenoaks Way BR6 9JH, the meeting will run from 7pm until 9.30pm
Panellists will apparently include:
Bromley Council - Councillor Stephen Carr, Leader of the Council
Bromley Police - Charles Griggs, Borough Commander
Bromley Primary Care Trust - Liz Butler, Chairman
Community Links Bromley - Eithne Rynne, Director
Federation of Bromley Housing Associations - Angela Williams-Brown, Chairman.
According to the Council website:
"The meeting will include a brief overview of the role, responsibilities and plans of the LSP, including its Building a Better Bromley: 2020 vision, our shared sustainable community strategy for the borough. Local people and businesses will then have an opportunity to put their comments, questions and suggestions about the services the Partnership provides between them."
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