AGM 2019

CARSHALTON BEECHES RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION 47TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

HELD ON THURSDAY, 25TH NOVEMBER 2019 AT 7.30 PM AT THE DIAMOND CENTRE FOR DISABLED RIDERS

 

MINUTES

 

 

WELCOME

The 2020 AGM was cancelled due to Covid restrictions and lockdowns.

 

The chairperson, Alison Hudson, welcomed everyone for attending the meeting, particularly, Elliot Colburn MP who was attending his first CBRA AGM and Neil Garratt, GLA, together with the area’s local councillors. Steve Axon, chair of The Diamond Centre for Disabled Riders, was thanked for making the residents so welcome at the Centre.

 

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

Received from: Les Smith; Carole Parnell; Pam Foulkes; Chris Billing; Vickie Elliott; Cllr David Hicks and Cllr Jane Pascoe. The local police had been invited to attend the meeting.

 

MINUTES OF THE 46TH AGM

Approved by the meeting.

 

Proposed                                  Peter Tallboys                       

Seconded                                 Peter Davies

 

MATTERS ARISING

There were no matters arising.

 

ANNUAL REPORT

Delivered by the chairperson, Alison Hudson

 

AUDITED ACCOUNTS

Prepared by Kathy Powell and Sudha Agrawal for approval at the meeting.

Proposed                                  Cllr Tim Crowley

Seconded                                 Peter Davis

 

ELECTION OF OFFICERS

No nominations were received and the following were appointed en bloc:

Chairperson                             Alison Hudson

Treasurer                                 Kathy Powell

Secretary                                  Sudha Agrawal

 

Proposed                                  Lynne Axon

Seconded                                 Pete Talboys

 

ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVES

No nominations were received and the following were appointed en bloc:

Ken Moser

Valerie Walden

Peter Randall

Ramesh Agrawal

Les Smith

Carole Parnell

 

Proposed                                  Margaret Moser

Seconded                                 Andrew Hudson

 

ANY OTHER BUSINESS

Several matters were raised by residents:

Trees, shrubs and fly tipping in Pine Walk which Cllr Tim Crowley said he would address; overgrown greenery encroaching on the roads; recent flooding events in The Warren; the issue of the council limiting the number of annual visits to Kimpton Park Refuse which has resulted in reduced usage by residents and verge re-wilding.

 

GUESTS

An informal Q & A session took place with Elliot Colburn MP and Cllr Neil Garratt, together with the local councillors covering issues such as transport within Sutton; the development and impact of the new Cancer Hub; parking within the area; the development of Sutton town centre; policing, with particular emphasis on the recent spate of theft of catalytic converters from vehicles.

 

All residents were encouraged to contact both Elliot and Neil directly with any concerns they might have about the area.

 

elliot.colburn.mp@parliament.uk

 

neil.garratt@london.gov.uk

 

CLOSE OF MEETING

Alison Hudson thanked all the guests and residents for attending the meeting and invited everyone to stay for refreshments.

 

The meeting ended at 9.00 pm

 

 

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