Thursday 17th September 2020 at 6pm. AGM. Via Zoom.
We held our AGM on Monday 13th May at 6pm at the Wellcome Centre on Howland Street. The AGM was preceded by an exhibition about the latest developments in the draft Neighbourhood Plan. As well as re-electing our Executive (with one addition) and presenting our accounts, the meeting heard comments and ideas from members which can be read in the minutes. There were also presentations on the following topics which you can read here:
As well as approving our Constitution, re-electing our Executive (with one addition) and presenting our accounts, the meeting held detailed discussions on three vital local issues:
- Oxford Street East
- Cycling, Walking and Public Transport
- Documents presented to the AGM
The diversity of people and activities in this area is in danger of irrevocable change. We have seen recent planning applications that take no account of residents or local business. Even where locals and applicants have met and agreed good solutions, the planning officers seem reluctant to include them in their decision. This is because they are tied by policy. The only way to change this is to make binding planning policy of our own for FitzWest. On 14th April the new Forum met. The Shadow executive was joined by over 65 members of the community.