Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Brent Kilburn Connects to discuss air pollution, proposed parliamentary constituency changes & benefit cap tomorrow (Wednesday)

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

London Interfaith Centre, 125 Salusbury Road NW6 6RG
(Modern building with glass frontage and dome on top between Queens Park and Brondesbury Park stations) 206 bus ir walk down from Brondesbury Park station


  • Air pollution in Brent: what’s being done about it? Councillor James Denselow – Chair
    Aaron Kiely, Campaigner – Friends of the Earth, Tony Kennedy, Head of Transportation – Brent, Jennifer Barrett, Senior Regulatory Service Manager – Brent, Oliver Lord, Principal Policy Officer (Air quality / green transport) – Greater London Authority 
  • Soapbox 
  • Draft proposals for new parliamentary constituency boundaries for England: what does this mean for Brent? Sean O’Sullivan, Electoral Services Manager - Brent
  • Overall Benefit Cap changes from November 2016: be prepared!
    Are you aware of options available to you and sources of potential support and assistance?
    Neil Gann, Welfare Reform Project Manager - Brent

For further information please email brent.connects@brent.gov.uk

1 comment:

Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group said...

Thanks for the notification, Martin. Wembley Matters is indispensable reading while those forced onto even more meagre incomes via reduction in overall benefit cap by an out-of-touch political class are treated as guilty of benefit fraud until proven innocent.

And of course, slashing benefits still further makes crime more tempting, especially when those responsible for claimant deaths hide their crimes with the word 'redacted'.