Communities Overview and Scrutiny Committee – 9th February 2012

The next meeting of the Communities Overview & Scrutiny Committee will be held on the 9th of February in Committee Room 2, Shire Hall, Warwick.

The following items will be considered at the meeting:

  • Neighbourhood Policing Review – Following changes to the way the Police force operates in Warwickshire that began on 9 May 2011, this report discusses the changes and how they have been received so far.
  • Transport Infrastructure for Major Development – This report gives an overview of how the County Council supports major development.
  • Street Lighting Energy Saving project – Following a budget cut of £500k, Warwickshire will move to part-night street lighting. This report outlines the proposals and gives background for a member working group who will be looking at the issue in more detail.

The complete agenda and papers can be viewed here: Communities OSC Full Agenda and Papers – 9 Feb 2012.pdf (262Kb)

Members of the public are encouraged to attend. There is half an hour at the beginning of the meeting for members of the public to ask questions. If you’d like to ask a question, please send it through in advance to Dave Abbott – daveabbott@warwickshire.gov.uk

You can find out more about the work of the Committee on Warwickshire County Council’s website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/communitiesosc

About Dave Abbott
I work for Warwickshire County Council - supporting the Communities Overview and Scrutiny Committee, the Regulatory Committee, the Pension Fund Investment Board, and various task and finish groups.

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