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video extract above begins with a presentation by Keith Anderson on behalf of
the Kilburn Village Residents Association on the Kilburn Square in-fill
project, and then four of the 8 residents who posed written questionsyo Cabinet members and
received written answers, ask a supplementary question. The written answers are
composed with the help of officers but the Cabinet member is not informed of
the supplementary questions in advance. Residents are given one minute to ask
the question and the Cabinet member has two minutes to reply. The written
questions and answers can be found HERE
supplementary questions are by Peter Firmin (Council estate upkeep) Written
Question 1, Martin Francis (Council action on building safety including
Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans) Question 6, Marc Etukudo (Newland Court
infill development) Question 7 and John Poole (Council responsibilities re
Wealdstone Brook pollution) Question 8
No real answers, just empty words and patronisation!!!
I was present at the full council meeting and asked them a supplementary question. The last comment says it all. 'No real answers except empty words and patronisation'. Brent Council just tell us what they think we want to hear and then go and do what they want when it suits them. They don't care about the interests of their residents, only their interests and their back pockets.
Was a shockingly poor show from Brent Councillors. I wonder why they even bother? Also I don't think its too much to expect that the Mayor can read more proficiently?
Shocking that the Council are unable to answer or give any figures on the PEEPS. No regard for the people of Brent. They make money out of creating misery on their estates.
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