Say what one likes about Nick Paget-Brown he does what few other council leaders do and gets out and about, at least listening to what people have to say.
Certainly, his predecessor, Pooter Cockell made clear his disdain for the views of residents.
And imagine the self opinionated Moylan bothering.
The Dame always saw Paget-Brown as the best choice of leader principally because he does listen and is a decent human being.
But, the Dame hauls him up on the iniquitous and unfair property tax proposed by bully boy Balls.
Paget-Brown should continue to campaign against this tax: he started well and needs to continue.
It will ruin the lives of many residents at the bottom end of the threshold.
Council Leader Paget-Brown has been planning the fifth of his Ask Nick Q&A events for residents, local businesses and community groups.
Having held previous Ask Nick events in St. Charles Sixth Form College, Chelsea Theatre, St. Cuthbert’s Centre and a hotel off High Street Kensington, the event is back in the north of the borough at the Dalgarno Trust’s centre.
All councillors, particularly those for the nearby wards are welcome to attend.
You may also wish to pass on information about this event to your constituents or any local businesses and groups in the area. Attached you will find a flier with the details of the event that you can use.
Alternatively, feel free to provide us with contact details of any residents or groups that you think would be interested and we will be happy to get in touch with them with information about the event.
The details for the event are as follows:
Ask Nick Five
Tuesday 21 October - 6.30pm to 8pm (tea for early birds at 6pm)
Dalgarno Community Centre, Dalgarno Way, London W10 5LE
As space is limited, we ask that all those wishing to attend book a place by visiting:
For more information about the venue and for directions, please visit:www.dalgarnotrust.org.uk