Public has chance to quiz Camden leader Georgia Gould at borough Question Time event

PUBLISHED: 13:30 06 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:00 10 December 2018

Camden Council leader Georgia Gould. Picture: David Mirzeoff/PA Images

Camden Council leader Georgia Gould. Picture: David Mirzeoff/PA Images

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Camden Council leader Georgia Gould will field questions from the public next week, at a Camden Leader’s Question Time event.

Residents, as well as neighbourhood groups, community leaders and businesses have been invited to quiz Cllr Gould over the challenges facing Camden.

The event will take place at Netley Primary School, in Stanhope Street on Thursday December 13. It will be chaired by headteacher Bavaani Nanthabalan.

There will also be a chance for people unable to attend to ask Cllr Gould questions on Twitter the next day. The Twitter Q&A session will take place between 3pm and 5pm, with people using the hashtag #AskGeorgia.

The council says it is holding the session after feedback during the development of Camden 2025, the plan for the next seven years. According to the town hall, residents said they wanted to be more involved in decision making.

Anybody interested in attending can do so by following the link:

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