Published Wednesday, 10th March 2021
Sutton Council will hold a live webinar with a question and answer session next Monday, about the first stages of the 4 stage plan to ease nationwide coronavirus restrictions.
The event will take place on Monday 15 March at 6pm, and is open to all residents.
A panel of experts will share details on how the Council, Sutton Police, local businesses and partners are working together to ensure that the borough can move safely and confidently out of lockdown, and will then open the floor to residents’ questions. Panel members are:
Dr Imran Choudhury (Director of Public Health at Sutton Council)
Chief Superintendent David Stringer (Borough Commander)
Councillor Ruth Dombey (Leader of Sutton Council)
Councillor Ruth Dombey, Leader of Sutton Council, said:
“After one of the most challenging periods in recent history, I'm keen to host this event, giving important information on the stages set by the government to ease lockdown restrictions.
“We want to ensure that everyone living in our borough is well-informed about changes in our local area, and that you have the opportunity to ask questions to us to voice any concerns you may have.
“We're all looking forward to the easing of the restrictions. But it's important we continue working together, listening to government guidance and respecting the advice of healthcare professionals every step of the way.”
There are limited places available for the session, which can be booked on the Council’s website.
Participants will be able to ask questions live using the ‘chat’ function, but will also be able to send questions in advance using this form.
A reminder of the 4 step plan out of lockdown can be found on the Council’s website.