Wembley Champions are non party political neighbours, family and friends who ask for transparency and accountability from Brent Council in their decisions and actions. We seek a better quality of life for all Wembley and Brent residents and businesses.
We received the below on Monday 22nd May at 17:21hrs:
"Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding to you and thank you for your email.
I'm very happy to support your campaign.
I am a passionate believer in localism and so listening to the needs and concerns of local people in any decision affecting them. This decision will have a great impact on the quality of life for local people in Wembley and across Brent and so must be carefully considered and managed. If elected, I will support you to ensure that Brent Council uphold their duty of care to safeguard the quality of life of Wembley and Brent residents.
Rahoul Rahoul Bhansali
Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Brent Central"
We received the below on Monday 22nd May at 14:50hrs:
to let you and your members know that I fully support your ethos of
transparency and accountability from Brent Council and your aims to
achieve a better quality of life for the residents and businesses of
Brent.They chime withcore Green beliefs on pollution, education and opportunity.
I wish you well in your championing of Wembley, Brent and it’s residents.
Liberal Democrat Candidate for Brent North
Paul Lorber has also said he supports us, saying on 28th April "the original condition should not be lifted until the conditions are met".
We received the below on Wed 3rd May at 11:52hrs from Claire-Louise Leyland:
"Thank you so much for your email. I'm
very happy to support your campaign. I know just how important it is
that local people have a say in decisions about in their area. There is
such animpact on quality of life for local people in the community and
this needs to be carefully considered and managed.
All the best,
Received this from one of the Brent People we met with 4.59am:
"Thank you for your email.
From the minutes, the majority of the
questions are based on the mitigation agreements. We are currently still
in working out the details.
I am proposing that we once again meet to
go through the questions you have, the agreed mitigation and how we can
ensure residents voices are heard.
I suggest we meet in the 2 weeks after the election as by that time we
should have a details and also council business is not restricted by
election rules. We are currently trying to find a date that all relevant officers can attend and once we have that I will let you know.
Cllr Shama Tatler
Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Growth, Employment and Skills
Wembley Champions sent the below at 7.32am Saturday 6th April 2017:
"Dear Leader, Brent Councillors and Brent Senior People
Please may we have the answers to our questions in the minutes to our 11th April Task Force meeting...
Thank you again for taking the time to meet with us.
We would appreciate a reply at your earliest convenience.
All the best
On behalf of Wembley Champions
cc. PA to the Leader
Wembley Champions Task Force
Wembley Central, Preston and Tokyngton ward Cllrs
Wembley Champions to forward on to affilated and interested residents and businesses across Brent
bcc. Resident and business groups, and interested parties [Brent representatives & activists from in alphabetical order: Conservative, Green, Labour & Liberal Democrat Parties] within and outside Brent"