Raynes Park Community Forum 26 March 2019

Venue: Raynes Park Library Hall, Approach Road, Raynes Park, SW20 8BA


No. Item
1. Welcome and Introductions

Welcome and introductions from Councillor Omar Bush and the Chairman of the Raynes Park Association.

2. Open forum

An opportunity to raise any other issue of local interest not covered elsewhere on the agenda. Kindly email your request in advance of the meeting to: chris.edge@ccedge.com and omar.bush@merton.gov.uk

Update on Morley Park by Nick Draper, Cabinet member for Community and Culture

3. London Assembly Update

Leonie Cooper, Assembly Member for Merton and Wandsworth

4. Proposed resident’s parking charge increases and RP Centre 20 minute free parking.

Cathryn James, Assistant Director of Public Protection

Raynes Park Community Forum 26 March 2019 Presentation


5. Street Cleaning, Rubbish & Recycling collections

Councillor Mike Brunt, Cabinet Member for Environment and Street Cleaning

6. Town Centre Developments & Railway

Tony Edwards and Chris Larkman

7. Raynes Park Planning Matters

Update from Neil Milligan, Building and Development Control Manager

8. Feedback, Reminders & Updates
9. Date of next meeting

Thursday 13 June 2019 Cllr Anthony Fairclough
Thursday 19 September 2019 Cllr Eloise Bailey
Thursday 5 December 2019 Cllr Pauline Cowper
Tuesday 31 March 2020 Cllr Adam Bush

The Raynes Park Community Forum is managed by the Raynes Park Association (Chris.Edge@ccedge.com) and chaired by a Councillor from one of the local wards by rotation.

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About Mark Gale

A Ravensbury resident fed up with mistakes being made at council meetings, my local Councillor preferring to complete a Sudoku Puzzle rather than listen to comments made at a scrutiny meeting, not having an accurate record of council meetings. Merton Council needs transparency to expose the childish behaviour, and blind party loyalty from our elected members. I have setup this website and will do my best to make as many council meetings accessible for ALL. With the help from other committed residents of our borough, we can keep a close eye on Merton.
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