Croydon residents will get to put their questions to Council decision makers
5:00am Monday 24th September 2012 in News
Have your say and put questions to Croydon Council’s decision makers.
Croydon’s next Question Time event takes place from 7.30pm to 9pm at Norbury Baptist Church in Semley Road, tomorrow (25 September).
The events have proved to be popular with residents since they were first launched in June last year.
Superintendent Rob Atkin, the deputy borough commander, council cabinet members and council chief executive Jon Rouse will be attending.
Council leader Councillor Mike Fisher said: "Residents have responded brilliantly to our Question Time events by letting us know their views constructively and telling us what their priorities are.
"This helps us to take on board their thoughts when making decisions that affect their communities.
"The Question Time events are all about taking politics out of the town hall so that more people can play a part in the decision-making process."
Croydon’s first Young People’s Question Time takes place on 8 October at Croydon College.