Residents will have a chance to quiz Cabinet members about Hounslow Council services and other local matters at its first ever online Cabinet Question Time on Thursday 16 July at 7pm.
Published: Thursday, 9th July 2020
Viewers will be able to ask questions live during the event or they can submit questions in advance by emailing email@example.com before 5pm on Tuesday 14 July.
The event is part of the Council’s drive to reach and engage with more people from across the borough.
Information about how to attend can be found on the Council website and a recording of Cabinet Question Time will be available within a week of the event on the same page.
Cllr Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council, said: “These are very challenging times for many people, which is why it’s important for the Council to hear from as many residents and local businesses as possible so that we can find ways to work together and improve the services we provide.
“We hope to hear from residents from right across the borough as well as people of all ages and backgrounds. Perhaps you have questions about our response to the coronavirus, the reopening of playgrounds, unemployment, or recycling. Perhaps you have suggestions about new things the Council should be doing. We will try our best to answer all of your questions and discuss all the points raised.
“We hope this online Questions Time will be the first of many of Q&A sessions, so if you can’t make this one please come to the next.”