Local Committees are local meetings of local ward councillors and community representatives - why not get involved?
Local Committees are local meetings of ward councillors and community representatives which are open to the public. The committees are attended by the local Safer Neighbourhood Police, local people and others to discuss matters of local interest, influence the decisions that the Council takes and encourage public services to work together to solve local problems. The Committees can also allocate funding to projects which affect the physical appearance of local areas and award Neighbourhood Grants of up to £500 to local groups.
There are six Local Committees in Sutton and each meets up to five times a year in the evening at a local venue. Anyone who lives, works or studies in the borough is very welcome to attend.
If you have any comments or suggestions about Local Committees, why not join the conversation on Twitter at @LBSlocalcommittees or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org