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CHERTSEY TOWN FORUM 2016 PROVISIONAL AGENDA

Town Forum 2016: Monday 25th January at 7.45pm
in St. Peter’s Church Hall , Windsor Street, Chertsey


PROVISIONAL AGENDA

  • Welcome, Introduction & Apologies
  • SCC Issues : Cllr. Sally Marks, Chairman SCC & C Cllr. Chris Norman
  • Borough & County Issues
    • SCC Financial Headlines - Business Rates
    • Devolution for Surrey ?
    • A New School for Chertsey
    • Youth Service Matters
    • Tulk Field 
    • Policing Issues  --  D Munro
      • i) Budget
      • ii) Staffing
  • RBC Issues
    • Runnymede Local Plan – Housing Targets - DERA site
    • Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) & Section 106 Funds –  Yellow Buses
    • Local Green Spaces
  • Chertsey Town Centre:
    • Progress on Town Centre Plan
      • conversion of offices to residential
      • Aldi Shop  
    • Conservation Area Guildford Street
      • Update on conservation area development guidelines – shop fronts , roll front shutters  & satellite dishes
      • Parking on the pavement                                                                                                   
  • Flooding Issues:
    • Update on progress on the Lower Thames Flood Alleviation Study & Related Flooding Issues 
    • Chertsey Bourne - Current Status
    • Flood Wardens & Extreme Weather Forum
    • Flooding Emergency Plan
  • Christmas Lights: The Future ?
    • Thanks are recorded to Dave Stedman & Tony from the  RBC DSO team for erecting the spiral rope lights on lamp posts and to Dorian Mead, Mike Hopkins and Brian Perry for helping to put up  lights on the church yew trees, and to St Peter’s Bell Ringers for erecting the Angels on the church parapet.   
    • Thanks are also expressed to Derek Cotty (Father Christmas) and The Rotary Club for leading the count down to switch on the lights and to Chertsey Scouts for providing refreshments.   
    •  Next Year will the RBC DSO be able to help or do we need Skanska to put up the lamp post lights ?
  • General questions :  ?
  • Future Date:  Town Forum 2017: Monday 30th January at 7.45pm