Minutes of NHW meetings

The meeting opened with PR and GS welcoming everyone who attended including PCSO Tom O’Dell, Councillor Brigid Jones and Rob Netherway and Izzy (student warden) from Birmingham University and will be the first to be trialled with a new presentation format.

The meeting began promptly at 7.00pm as there were a number of matters for discussion.
Councillor Karen McCarthy was present and outlined the two matters currently impacting on our locality; namely, the two Traveller groups and the work-to-rule action currently taking place amongst the binmen employed by the City Council. These points will be incorporated within the relevant section below for clarity.

The meeting opened with PR and GS welcoming everyone who attended including councillors; Brigid Jones and Karen McCarthy, although our PCSO; Thomas O'Dell, was unable to attend due to his shift patterns, but we will continue to push for attendance by the police as this is long overdue. Rob Netherway was unable to attend and gave his apologies. 

We began the meeting with a summary of the points to be covered and referencing the information sheets that were going to be used throughout.

The meeting opened with an introduction from PR and GS welcoming those NHW members who attended along with Councillor Karen McCarthy with apologies from PCSO Thomas O'Dell who was unable to be present. 

The meeting of Thursday 17th November 2016 opened with those attending, including Councillor Karen McCarthy, being welcomed for the last of our NHW meetings for 2016.

The meeting opened with GS and PR welcoming everyone who had attended, including two of our local councillors; Brigid Jones and Karen McCarthy, who always try to support your NHW group, so it is important for everyone to come along to at least some of the meetings as they are able to take questions and provide answers to ongoing matters.

We held our second of three annual NHW meetings at the Selly Park Baptist Church on the above date which gives all residents the opportunity to discuss local issues affecting them and their families.