Members of the Burpham Neighbourhood Forum tonight (21st May 2018) elected me as their new Chairman. The outgoing Chairman Ros Pollock held the post for four years and oversaw the adoption of the Neighbourhood Plan in 2016. I’m delighted to have been elected Chairman at this crucial time in the life of Burpham and the Forum. I look forward to working with other members of the BNF and the Burpham Community Association to give Burpham the representation it needs.
There are no elections in Guildford in 2018, so I and fellow Guildford Conservatives have been helping our Conservative friends and colleagues in Woking to get elected this coming May. Conservative Councils tax you less and have a strong record of local action in Guildford, Woking and the surrounding Boroughs.
The Burpham Neighbourhood Forum (BNF) the first such forum in Guildford Borough, has today applied to Guildford Borough Council for redesignation as a Forum, for a further 5 year period. The volunteers of the BNF were the first in the Borough to have their plan formally adopted, in 2016, which is now used in the determination of planning applications in the Ward. Redesignation of the BNF will allow the group to make amendments to the next version of the Burpham Neighbourhood Plan. For more information please click here.