Do you live or work in Fitzrovia West (west of Cleveland Street
and Charlotte Street) and care about safeguarding our unique environment?
If you live or work within the red line, or you are part of an organisation that works within the area, you are welcome to join the Forum. Membership is free and will qualify you to be involved in the plan as it comes to fruition. In the final stage, all businesses and residents are invited to vote in a referendum on the plan. If you would like to be involved, just fill in the application form here.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – 17TH SEPTEMBER, 2020
Thank you to everyone who attended the FitzWest Forum AGM on 17th September 2020, because of the current restrictions, we held this meeting via Zoom and it was well attended.
Gwilym Harbottle, who was chairing the meeting, reported on the re-designation of the Forum and of various greening projects the Forum has been supporting.
Nicholas Bailey gave an update on the Neighbourhood Plan including the new delayed time scale owing to Covid restrictions. We are currently waiting to hear the feedback from the independent examiner.
Full details can be found in the minutes available here.
Chris Martin of Urban Movement gave a presentation and took questions on the subject of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods. The presentation is available here.
The Executive elections took place and the full results are available in the minutes.
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