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AGM 15 October 2018

The GGERA AGM takes place on Monday, 15 October in the Carey Hall, Claremont Road: 7:15 for a 7.30 pm start – finishing at 9:00 pm.

Please join us to:

  • Hear what progress has been made in the last year..
  • Share your views to plan our future actions.
  • Meet other neighbours and be part of a stronger community.
  • Appoint the committee for next year.

Every resident is welcome, whether tenant or property owner, young or old. We all live here and it is in everyone’s interest to make our neighbourhood a better place.

Come along and bring your neighbours!

AGM 2017 – Monday 30 October

The AGM of the residents association takes place on Monday, 30 October at 7.30 pm in the Carey Hall, Claremont Road — finishing at 9:00 pm.  This will be both a business and social meeting.

The Golders Green Estate Residents Association is making a difference! Please join us to:

  • Celebrate our achievements with a drink.
  • Share your views to plan our future actions.
  • Meet other neighbours and be part of a stronger community.
  • Thank those who contribute to our well-being.
  • Appoint a new chairman.  Volunteers for other committee roles are always welcome.

Every resident is welcome, whether tenant or property owner, young or old. We all live here and it is in everyone’s interest to make our neighbourhood a better place.

This is a free event. We give special thanks to those who, in different ways, are contributing to making it possible.

We should be grateful if you would confirm if you are planning to attend. Refreshments will be funded by GGERA’s own limited funds and it will help us to know how many people to expect.

Annual Meeting

You are warmly invited to the next meeting of the Residents’ Association …

This will be our AGM for 2015.

Where? Carey Hall, Claremont Road or Ron Thomas Hall, Cheviot Gardens
Date: Monday 2nd November 2015
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm (doors open 7:15 pm)

Items on the agenda include:

  • Committee changes
  • The latest on local planning applications
  • News of Barnet’s consultation on houses of multiple occupation
  • News of the Brent Cross regeneration scheme, including an update from Argent, the preferred developer for Brent Cross South
  • If time permits, the latest on:
    • Neighbourhood Watch
    • Donoghue lorries
    • Road width restrictions and parking
    • Fly tipping

Our MP, Councillors, Barnet’s Head of Planning and area managers and Argent, the preferred developer for Brent Cross South, have been invited