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Formation of a Bellingham Ward Representative Body
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24-09-2021 08:22 PM

An announcement of a new website launched to support the setting up of a Bellingham Ward Representative body.

Views from within the Bellingham Ward expressed with detail, honesty, transparency and integrity.

It supports the setting up a body for Bellingham Ward that embraces Bell Green and which will unambiguously represent the views of Bellingham Ward residents and businesses from within the Ward.

My email details are in it - feel free to make contact.

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26-09-2021 03:22 PM

The first manifestation of the info website that seeks to inform Bellingham Ward residents and businesses about the potential to form a body that focuses on the Ward issues from within its boundaries was launched on Friday.

For clarity it is NOT the the proposal led by Julia Webb and Cllr Liam Curran and has the potential to lead to a specific counter-proposal.

At Liam and Julia's second meeting conducted yesterday with circa 24 attendees, 16 people voted to support the formation of their 3-ward proposal. Julia and Liam were voted as office bearers for the interim body.

For balance, the new website does include the draft proposal placed in the public domain by Julia to enable people to make direct comparison.

If you would be interested in expressing your views, propose an idea for Bellingham Ward or reject the concept of forming a body, can I invite you to get in touch directly?

My email address is on the website.

If you want to join in the formation process – as a supporter or as an active participant – would you be interested in having your email address added to a growing contact list?

For the new Bellingham Ward body to be recognised formally by Lewisham Council it requires 21 signatories to the proposal.

These signatories can be residents, businesses and people who work in the area.

If the qualifying number of 21 signatories is reached, Lewisham Council are obliged to recognise the formed body – it is an obligation with which the Council must lawfully comply.

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