Have you got something to say about where you live? We want to hear your views about your local area, what matters to you and your ideas about the future.
We are developing the Community Conversation, piloted last year with ward meetings – to include not only the local meeting to meet your ward councillors but borough wide events, online opportunities and themed workshops.
The Council is also looking to develop a new ward-based budget. A budget to be spent on local projects or activities, informed by you.
The next round of ward Community Conversations – running from April to October – will provide the opportunity to start identifying local priorities and prepare the ground for the ward budgets to be introduced.
If you have particular issues you would like to be discussed at your ward conversation and you can’t attend the meeting you can submit an issue through email@example.com or raise it directly with your ward councillor.
We also want to hear your ideas about how we can reach residents who want to have a say online, using social media or by alternative methods. Please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following the event, ward councillors will work with the decision-making committees and council officers to resolve any issues and feedback/update residents regularly.
Every event will have an independent chair.
Below are the dates and locations for the 2019 ward Community Conversations.
Registration is not required but appreciated, to give us an idea of attendance numbers. To register for your local event, please click on the name of your ward (in the left-hand column) and you will be re-directed to a registration page.
If you would like to submit a question in advance of the event, please email email@example.com. Please see the table below for the deadline for pre-submitted questions. Please note, residents need to attend the event to ask pre-submitted questions.
|Wards||Date||Location||Deadline for pre-submitted questions||Documentation|
|St Margarets, North Twickenham and Twickenham Riverside||Tuesday 30 April||Clarendon Hall,
Twickenham, TW1 3AA
|Tuesday 23 April||Agenda (pdf, 128 KB)|
|Ham, Petersham and Richmond Riverside||Tuesday 7 May||St Richard’s Church, Ashburnham Rd, Richmond TW10 7NL||Tuesday 30 April|
|Whitton and Heathfield||Thursday 16 May||Whitton Community Centre, Percy Rd, Twickenham TW2 6JL||Thursday 9 May|
|Kew||Tuesday 11 June||The Barn Church, 41 Atwood Ave, Richmond TW9 4HF||Tuesday 4 June|
|Teddington/Hampton Hill/Fulwell||Tuesday 18 June||Teddington Baptist Church, 17 Church Rd, Teddington TW11 8PF||Tuesday 11 June|
|Barnes||Monday 1 July||Castelnau Community Centre, Stillingfleet Rd, London SW13 9AQ||Monday 24 June|
|Mortlake and Barnes Common/East Sheen||Tuesday 16 July||All Saints Church, 63 East Sheen Ave, London SW14 8AX||Tuesday 9 July|
|Hampton North and Hampton||Wednesday 18 September||White House, 45 The Avenue, Hampton TW12 3RN||Wednesday 11 September|
|Hampton Wick||Tuesday 1 October||Normansfield Theatre, Langdon Down Centre, 2a Langdon Park, TW11 9PS||Tuesday 24 September|
|North Richmond and South Richmond||Thursday 10 October||RHACC, Parkshot, London TW9 2RE||Thursday 3 October|
|West and South Twickenham||Tuesday 15 October||Waldegrave School, Main Hall, Fifth Cross Road, Twickenham, TW2 5LH||Tuesday 8 October|
For more details contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: 18 April 2019