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Finding better ways to engage with the community

Reference: 
113/13
Date: 
Thu, 11/21/2013

 A review of the role of Neighbourhood Panels throughout East Cambridgeshire has found they are no longer an effective way of engaging with the community.

The review, conducted by councillors from across the various political parties as well as officers from the police, the District Council, Sanctuary Housing and the County Council, found that the Panels were not achieving their original aims or attracting people to attend.

The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Finding better ways to engage with the community

Neighbourhood Panels planning for the future

Reference: 

067/11

Date: 

17/06/2011

Neighbourhood Panels in East Cambridgeshire are back this summer giving residents and communities the chance to have their say on the place they live.

Starting in South of the District and in Soham, the Panels this month will focus on issues including:

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Neighbourhood Panels planning for the future

Neighbourhood Panels welcome in the New Year

Reference: 

141/10

Date: 

23/12/2010

Neighbourhood Panels in East Cambridgeshire are starting the New Year as they finished the last – tackling the issues facing their local community.

 

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Neighbourhood Panels welcome in the New Year