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.
Summer CAT meetings will take place in 5 areas across Fareham where residents are given a chance to quiz Councillor Woodward. The meetings will run from 7 - 8:30pm.
The following dates for the Summer CATS are:
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.
A planning application from National Grid has been submitted in respect of their planned energy infrastructure project, IFA2.
A CAT meeting to discuss the application took place on Monday 23 May at Holy Rood Church, Stubbington from 6-7:30pm.
A YCAT meeting took place at the Genesis Youth Centre in Locks Heath from 7 - 8:30pm, and focused on apprenticeships and volunteering.
An exhibition and CAT meeting about the future of the Hill Head Promenade took place on Tuesday 29 March at Holy Rood Church, Stubbington by the Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership.
The exhibition ran from 1.00pm to 7.00pm and was followed by a meeting between 7.00pm and 8:30pm where residents had their say.
Further information about the Newlands Farm application can be found here.
A Community Action Team for young people took place at X-Perience Youth Centre. The YCAT focused on a review of Youth Services provided in Fareham, National Youth Week and SNAP disco. Read the notes (58 KB) to find out more.