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Tell the council how it can improve Bromley at public meeting next week

PUBLISHED: 09:34 22 November 2017

Bromley Civic Centre

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The meeting comes in the run up to setting the council’s budget

A public meeting for residents to give feedback on the council’s performance has been set up.

As the council prepares its annual budget ahead of the local elections next year, leader Colin Smith is urging locals to visit the Civic Centre for the meeting next week.

The Tory councillor said: “My cabinet colleagues and I are always keen to hear what you think we are doing well, where you would like a greater focus and how we can work together to build an even better Bromley.

“We look forward to welcoming you to our daytime public meeting on December 1.”

The meeting will run from 11am to 12.30pm next Friday.

Residents are also able to give their views by talking with residents’ association representatives, their local councillor or emailing leader@bromley.gov.uk.

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