Richard Macrae, Stapleford Community Group writes: I have been told that on Monday there is to be a meeting between Broxtowe Borough Council and Town/Parish Councils. During this meeting both the Core Strategy and also the Neighbourhood Plan will both be discussed. This meeting is a private meeting and the public are not allowed in the public gallery to observe. There is no agenda on the internet either. Why?
Surely, as this is such an important issue which will effect all residents throughout the Borough of Broxtowe, we should be allowed to at least observe. The consultation or lack of consultation just gets worse.
Why are Councillors meeting behind closed doors to discuss this? Surely residents of the Borough of Broxtowe should be allowed to attend and listen to what these people who claim to represent us are talking about. Why are we being shut out? Why are we not being informed about such an important meeting and again why are we not allowed to witness what these people are saying.?After all its our future they are toying with.