Listening to your views is essential to the Council providing better services. One of the ways we listen to residents is by holding public meetings, known as Community Action Team (CAT) meetings.
A Community Action Team meeting on the topic of a new electricity link with France proposed to keep the lights on in 2020 will be held at Stubbington Baptist Church, Jay Close, Cuckoo Lane, Stubbington, PO14 3TA on 10 December at 7pm. It will be a ticketed event and tickets can be obtained from Fareham Borough Council by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or telephoning 01329 236100, please provide your name and address. For more information please read the press release here. Fareham Borough Council's Executive will be considering a report on 7 December to decide whether the required land at Daedalus should, subject to planning permission being obtained, be sold to National Grid.
National grid is to hold a series of information events in December at venues in Fareham and Gosport.
The events will offer people a chance to understand and shape the proposals. They will be held on the following dates and times:
A Community Action Team for young people will take place at X-Perience Youth Centre, Park Lane, Fareham between 6 and 8pm. The Y CAT will focus on a review of Youth Services provided in Fareham, National Youth Week and SNAP disco.
A Community Action Team Meeting on the topic of the Funtley Governance Review will be held on 24 November between 7 and 8.30pm at Funtley Social Club. Due to the limited space at the venue, this will be a ticketed event. You can book a maximum of two tickets per household on a first come first served basis by emailing email@example.com or phoning 01329 236 100.
Most CAT meetings will now only take place when there is a local 'hot topic' that is of interest to residents taking place at a crunch time
Meetings will be focused on a single main agenda item.
Yearly summer meetings in 5 areas across Fareham will give you an opportunity to quiz Councillor Woodward.
These changes mean that we can focus more on the issues that matter to you, when they are taking place at a time where your views can make a difference. You can find out more about the changes by reading the CAT Review Paper which was presented and agreed at the December 2014 meeting of the Executive.
If you have any questions about CAT meetings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.