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Chaos at Billericay Town Council Meeting – Cllr Jules Bottazzi

Billericay Town Council had to cancel its full council meeting after around 280 people flocked to Billericay Day Centre. They swarmed the Chantry Way building in protest of Basildon Council’s proposals to build 2,300 homes on the town’s green belt.5467421-large

Cllr Jules Bottazzi of Billericay Town Council joined me on the line today to tell us all about the meeting and the issue that many local people are obviously concerned about.bottazi

You can hear our chat here:

After we spoke we received an email from listener Mike Andrews who attended the meeting last night. You can hear what Mike had to say here:

If you would like to make representations to Basildon Council on this issue, follow this link for information – https://www.basildon.gov.uk/basildon2031

Added 11th March

A notice on the Billericay Town Council’s website now has details of the rearranged meeting. It reads as follows –

 TOWN COUNCIL MEETING  – the meeting postponed from 6th March will now be held on Wednesday 19th March at the Mayflower School, Stock Road, CM12 0RT

Please note that this was the largest venue available for hire in Billericay at such short notice and that it holds a maximum of 280 people.

We would re-iterate that this is a meeting of the Town Council, held in public, it is not a public meeting.  The response of Billericay Town Council to the Basildon Local Plan Core Strategy will be voted upon by councillors.  Click here to see the proposed response. Although Item 3 on the agenda gives members of the public the opportunity to address the meeting regarding any item on the agenda, each person can only speak for a maximum of 3 minutes.  Council members will take into account what is said but will not respond at that time.   The meeting will continue and there will be no further public participation.  At the end of the meeting there will be an opportunity for questions about agenda items or any other topic, to which the Chairman and/or members of the Council may respond.

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Chaos at Billericay Town Council Meeting – Cllr Jules Bottazzi

Billericay Town Council had to cancel its full council meeting after around 280 people flocked to Billericay Day Centre. They swarmed the Chantry Way building in protest of Basildon Council’s proposals to build 2,300 homes on the town’s green belt.5467421-large

Cllr Jules Bottazzi of Billericay Town Council joined me on the line today to tell us all about the meeting and the issue that many local people are obviously concerned about.bottazi

You can hear our chat here:

After we spoke we received an email from listener Mike Andrews who attended the meeting last night. You can hear what Mike had to say here:

If you would like to make representations to Basildon Council on this issue, follow this link for information – https://www.basildon.gov.uk/basildon2031

Added 11th March

A notice on the Billericay Town Council’s website now has details of the rearranged meeting. It reads as follows –

 TOWN COUNCIL MEETING  – the meeting postponed from 6th March will now be held on Wednesday 19th March at the Mayflower School, Stock Road, CM12 0RT

Please note that this was the largest venue available for hire in Billericay at such short notice and that it holds a maximum of 280 people.

We would re-iterate that this is a meeting of the Town Council, held in public, it is not a public meeting.  The response of Billericay Town Council to the Basildon Local Plan Core Strategy will be voted upon by councillors.  Click here to see the proposed response. Although Item 3 on the agenda gives members of the public the opportunity to address the meeting regarding any item on the agenda, each person can only speak for a maximum of 3 minutes.  Council members will take into account what is said but will not respond at that time.   The meeting will continue and there will be no further public participation.  At the end of the meeting there will be an opportunity for questions about agenda items or any other topic, to which the Chairman and/or members of the Council may respond.

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Chaos at Billericay Town Council Meeting – Cllr Jules Bottazzi

Billericay Town Council had to cancel its full council meeting after around 280 people flocked to Billericay Day Centre. They swarmed the Chantry Way building in protest of Basildon Council’s proposals to build 2,300 homes on the town’s green belt.5467421-large

Cllr Jules Bottazzi of Billericay Town Council joined me on the line today to tell us all about the meeting and the issue that many local people are obviously concerned about.bottazi

You can hear our chat here:

After we spoke we received an email from listener Mike Andrews who attended the meeting last night. You can hear what Mike had to say here:

If you would like to make representations to Basildon Council on this issue, follow this link for information – https://www.basildon.gov.uk/basildon2031

Added 11th March

A notice on the Billericay Town Council’s website now has details of the rearranged meeting. It reads as follows –

 TOWN COUNCIL MEETING  – the meeting postponed from 6th March will now be held on Wednesday 19th March at the Mayflower School, Stock Road, CM12 0RT

Please note that this was the largest venue available for hire in Billericay at such short notice and that it holds a maximum of 280 people.

We would re-iterate that this is a meeting of the Town Council, held in public, it is not a public meeting.  The response of Billericay Town Council to the Basildon Local Plan Core Strategy will be voted upon by councillors.  Click here to see the proposed response. Although Item 3 on the agenda gives members of the public the opportunity to address the meeting regarding any item on the agenda, each person can only speak for a maximum of 3 minutes.  Council members will take into account what is said but will not respond at that time.   The meeting will continue and there will be no further public participation.  At the end of the meeting there will be an opportunity for questions about agenda items or any other topic, to which the Chairman and/or members of the Council may respond.

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Chaos at Billericay Town Council Meeting – Cllr Jules Bottazzi

Billericay Town Council had to cancel its full council meeting after around 280 people flocked to Billericay Day Centre. They swarmed the Chantry Way building in protest of Basildon Council’s proposals to build 2,300 homes on the town’s green belt.5467421-large

Cllr Jules Bottazzi of Billericay Town Council joined me on the line today to tell us all about the meeting and the issue that many local people are obviously concerned about.bottazi

You can hear our chat here:

After we spoke we received an email from listener Mike Andrews who attended the meeting last night. You can hear what Mike had to say here:

If you would like to make representations to Basildon Council on this issue, follow this link for information – https://www.basildon.gov.uk/basildon2031

Added 11th March

A notice on the Billericay Town Council’s website now has details of the rearranged meeting. It reads as follows –

 TOWN COUNCIL MEETING  – the meeting postponed from 6th March will now be held on Wednesday 19th March at the Mayflower School, Stock Road, CM12 0RT

Please note that this was the largest venue available for hire in Billericay at such short notice and that it holds a maximum of 280 people.

We would re-iterate that this is a meeting of the Town Council, held in public, it is not a public meeting.  The response of Billericay Town Council to the Basildon Local Plan Core Strategy will be voted upon by councillors.  Click here to see the proposed response. Although Item 3 on the agenda gives members of the public the opportunity to address the meeting regarding any item on the agenda, each person can only speak for a maximum of 3 minutes.  Council members will take into account what is said but will not respond at that time.   The meeting will continue and there will be no further public participation.  At the end of the meeting there will be an opportunity for questions about agenda items or any other topic, to which the Chairman and/or members of the Council may respond.

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