Redbridge Compact Champions Group

ELECTORAL REVIEW OF REDBRIDGE: DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published draft recommendations on the future electoral arrangements for the London Borough of Redbridge. Today is the start of an 8 week public consultation on the Commission’s draft recommendations on new electoral patterns across the London Borough of Redbridge. The consultation closes on 22 August 2016.
View the draft recommendations
You can view the Commission’s draft recommendations at https://consultation.lgbce.org.uk/node/6736 where you can find interactive maps, a report and guidance on how to have your say. The Commission has not finalised its conclusions and now invites representations on the draft recommendations.
Enclosed with this letter is a summary outlining the Commission’s draft recommendations and a copy of the letter sent to Chief Executive. An interactive map of the Commission’s recommendations for the London Borough of Redbridge, electorate figures and guidance on how to propose new wards is available on the consultation area at: https://consultation.lgbce.org.uk/node/6736. Further information about the review and the Commission’s work is also published on our website at: https://www.lgbce.org.uk/current-reviews/greater-london/redbridge.
Have your say
We encourage everyone who has a view on the draft recommendations to contact us whether you support them or whether you wish to propose alternative arrangements.
Before finalising the recommendations, the Commission will consider every representation received during consultation whether it is submitted by an individual, a local group or an organisation. We will weigh each submission against the criteria the Commission must follow when drawing up electoral arrangements:
• To deliver electoral equality where each councillor represents roughly the same number of electors as others across the borough.
• That the pattern of wards should, as far as possible, reflect the interests and identities of local communities.
• That the electoral arrangements should provide for effective and convenient local government.
It is important that you take account of the criteria if you are suggesting an alternative pattern of wards. You can find additional guidance and information about previous electoral reviews on our website to help you or your organisation make a submission.
Get in touch
The Commission welcomes comments on the recommendations report by 22 August 2016.
Representations should be made:
• Through our interactive consultation portal where you can explore the maps of the recommendations, draw your own boundaries and supply comments at: https://consultation.lgbce.org.uk/node/6736.
• By email to: reviews@lgbce.org.uk

• Or in writing to:
Review Officer (Redbridge)
Local Government Boundary Commission for England
14th Floor
Millbank Tower
Millbank
London
SW1P 4QP

The Commission aims to publish every response it receives during phases of consultation. If you do not want all or any part of your response or name to be made public, you must state this clearly in the response. Any such request should explain why confidentiality is necessary. All responses may be subject to publication or disclosure as required by law (in particular under the Freedom of Information Act 2000).

This is the last opportunity to influence the Commission’s recommendations before they are finalised. We therefore encourage local people to get in touch with us and have their say.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Yours sincerely
Mark Cooper
Review Officer
Reviews@lgbce.org.uk
0330 500 1272

Ken Aston Square Barkingside

All of the following events are FREE of charge and are to be held at;
Ken Aston Square, 140 High Street, Barkingside, IG6 2EA
All activities take place between 11am-3pm

Big Barkingside Day Out! – Saturday 19 March
A day of street art on a massive scale with giant garden games in the pocket park

St George’s Day – Saturday 23 April
Traditional Victorian ‘Punch and Judy’, Film London KinoVan, Face painting, Amazing balloon creations and arts and crafts
Shows at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Face painting & balloon modelling £1.75

The Whale: The Pirate’s Misadventure Children’s Show – Saturday 21 May
Come see a true-to-life 50ft inflatable Sperm Whale, Discover a shipwreck pirate in it belly with a treasure tale to tell and meet a real life mermaid.

Women’s History Month – March 2016

Performance For Parity Open Mic – Thursday 10 March
Information at www.exiledwriters.co.uk
Gants Hill Library, 6:30pm-8pm, FREE
everyone welcome

Book Launch: Necklace and Other Stories – Saturday 12 March
Gloucester Room, Redbridge Central Library, 2pm-4pm, FREE
Light Refreshments will be provided.

London’s Screen Archives Celebrates Women’s History Month in Redbridge – Monday 14 March
South Woodford Library & Gym, 3:30pm-5pm, FREE
www.filmlondon.org.uk/lsa

‘A Woman’s Wit, Wisdom and Pratfalls’ with Joan Ellis
– Thursday 17 March
www.joan-ellis.com
Wanstead Library, 7pm-8:30pm
£3, £2 concessions, Please book at the library on:
020887087400 or www.thelittleboxoffice.com/vision

Women’s Organisation – Thursday 24 March
Gants Hill Library, 2pm-3pm, FREE

More information on all events at: www.redbridge.gov.uk/libraries

Volunteers Wanted

Would you be interested in helping?

 We are looking for volunteers who would be

interested in helping us to user test Redbridge i as

part of sessions due to be held in the coming months.

Your participation could really help make a difference.

If you are interested- please visit

www.redbridge.gov.uk/redifocusgroup

and complete a short form providing a few details

about you.

Thank you