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Your Spelthorne Joint Committee

What is the Joint Committee?

Spelthorne Joint Committee is a committee of Surrey County Council and Spelthorne Borough Council that was established on 23 January 2017, where members of the committee meet to discuss and decide jointly on many important issues that affect those who live, work and study in Spelthorne.

What does it do?

The Joint Committee can make decisions about:

It also monitors how well public services like libraries and social care are benefitting local people. The Committee has a special role in making sure that local schools are performing well or taking the necessary steps to improve.

Local councillors put the community's interests at the heart of every decision they make. They value the opinions of local people. The more councillors listen to residents, the more confident we can be that issues have been considered from various angles and that the wider community is likely to benefit as a result. That is why we actively encourage local people to interact with councillors and their local committee to make sure that their voices and opinions are heard.

How can you take part?

At the Committee's meetings you can raise issues, ask questions or petition your councillors about changes you would like them to make in your neighbourhood. You can read how to do this in the Rules of the Local Committee section below.

When does it meet?

The Joint Committee generally meets once every three months. This can vary but is usually around June, September, December and March.

View details of the date, time, venue and the topics under discussion at your Joint Committee meeting.

Alternatively, please contact the Community Partnerships Team for more information.

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