Shining a spotlight on democracy: Hounslow Cabinet Question Time returns

Cabinet Question Time returns in December.

Published: Thursday, 16th November 2023

Cllr Shantanu Rajawat sat in front of microphone

As part of Hounslow Council’s continuing commitment to listen and engage with residents, the Council is hosting a series of Cabinet Question Time events with the first set to take place on 6 December at Feltham Assembly Hall at 6:30pm.  
This is an opportunity for residents and businesses to ask the Hounslow Council cabinet members elected by them, questions around any issues and concerns in the borough that matter to them.  Questions need to be submitted in advance via the website or by writing to the Council.  
An independent citizen will chair the panel and convene discussion whilst inviting residents to ask their questions on the night as part of a live audience. 
Held across the borough, four times a year, these flagship events will work in tandem with the Area forums.  
Councillor Shantanu Rajawat, Leader of Hounslow Council, said,

“I am very pleased to announce the return of Cabinet Question Time. We continually highlight and promote how we are a listening borough, and this is where, you, our residents  can hold those of us officially elected, accountable by asking us questions around key issues affecting you and the wider borough.  
“I would like to encourage our residents and businesses to get involved so that we can work together on the matters that matter to you and be able to make a difference, together.” 

Members of the public can register online before submitting their questions in advance that will then be selected randomly on the night.  

The event will be filmed and shared via the Council’s social channels after the event.  

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