Residents invited to grill the leader of Brent Council about his budget plans

Cllr Muhammed Butt

Cllr Muhammed Butt - Credit: Archant

Cllr Muhammed Butt will answer questions at two public meetings next week

Residents are being given the chance to grill the leader of Brent Council about his budget proposals for the forthcoming financial year.

Two public meetings are taking place next week where people will have the opportunity to question, and raise issues of concern, with Cllr Muhammed Butt and members of the council’s executive.

The Brent Connects budget discussions will outline the choices facing local government in the current economic climate and the council’s proposals to promote economic growth during 2013/14.

Both meetings will take place in Brent Town Hall in Forty Lane, Wembley.


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The first meeting I next Monday between 2.30pn-4.30pm in committee rooms 1, 2 and 3.

The second will be held in the Paul Daisley Hall on Thursday from 7pm-9pm.

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Cllr Butt said: “The council is facing a nightmare situation financially. We have to make savings, but I’m determined that we will still make Brent a fairer borough, promote economic growth and strengthen our community.

“I’ve always said that I want to be open and transparent with our residents, and I’m happy to talk to anyone in the borough about any issue, no matter how challenging those conversations are, or whether we agree or disagree on the way forward.

“I’m really looking forward to getting feedback from Brent residents on what they see as the future for their council.”

Anyone can attend. No booking is required.

For further information, contact Brent’s Consultation Team on 020 8937 1055/1073/1102 or consultation@brent.gov.uk

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