Brexit: what will the impact be on our borough?

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This year's State of the Borough debate will be looking at Brexit and the impact it will have on the borough.

The event will take place on 13 November at 7.30pm in the Guildhall.

There will be an expert panel chaired by Professor Jill Schofield, Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor, Kingston University, including:

  • David Randall, Canbury Works (SME businesses)
  • Mathewe Bennett, Wilmott Dixon (construction industry)
  • Marcus Dyke, Youth Parliament (young people)
  • Patricia Turner, CEO Kingston Voluntary Action (voluntary sector and funding)
  • Sarah Olney, former MP for Richmond Park (2017)
  • Oliver Turnbull, Managing Director UK, 2VizCon

Agenda

  • 7.30pm - Mayor formally opens meeting
  • 7.45pm - Panellists speak for 3 minutes on their area of interest.
    Question and Answer session chaired by Professor Schofield with pre-submitted questions from attendees to the panel.
  • 9.00pm - Break with refreshments. (Any councillors or members of the public who wish to contribute to the following debate will hand in green slips)
  • 9.10pm - The Mayor will take the Chair for the debate on a Motion
  • 10.00pm - Mayor calls for a council vote
  • 10.15pm - Mayor closes the meeting

BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW by filling in our short form below. You can also submit a question or apply to be on our panel.

This year's State of the Borough debate will be looking at Brexit and the impact it will have on the borough.

The event will take place on 13 November at 7.30pm in the Guildhall.

There will be an expert panel chaired by Professor Jill Schofield, Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor, Kingston University, including:

  • David Randall, Canbury Works (SME businesses)
  • Mathewe Bennett, Wilmott Dixon (construction industry)
  • Marcus Dyke, Youth Parliament (young people)
  • Patricia Turner, CEO Kingston Voluntary Action (voluntary sector and funding)
  • Sarah Olney, former MP for Richmond Park (2017)
  • Oliver Turnbull, Managing Director UK, 2VizCon

Agenda

  • 7.30pm - Mayor formally opens meeting
  • 7.45pm - Panellists speak for 3 minutes on their area of interest.
    Question and Answer session chaired by Professor Schofield with pre-submitted questions from attendees to the panel.
  • 9.00pm - Break with refreshments. (Any councillors or members of the public who wish to contribute to the following debate will hand in green slips)
  • 9.10pm - The Mayor will take the Chair for the debate on a Motion
  • 10.00pm - Mayor calls for a council vote
  • 10.15pm - Mayor closes the meeting

BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW by filling in our short form below. You can also submit a question or apply to be on our panel.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you would like to come along to the State of the Borough Debate 2018, please sign up below. 

    You can also submit a question to the panel that will be asked on the night. 

    This is your chance to share your views and discuss the impact of Brexit on Kingston with councillors and the local community.

    Please sign up below by Wednesday 7 November. 

    If you would like to come along to the State of the Borough Debate 2018, please sign up below. 

    You can also submit a question to the panel that will be asked on the night. 

    This is your chance to share your views and discuss the impact of Brexit on Kingston with councillors and the local community.

    Please sign up below by Wednesday 7 November. 

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Submissions to be a panellist have now closed. 

    We are looking for someone to represent the community on our panel. If you feel this is something you’d like to do, please tell us in no more than 250 words why you would make a good contribution to the discussion around ‘Brexit: what will the impact be on our borough?’

    You will need to be comfortable to present a short introduction of 3-5 minutes to the audience at the start of the event and continue to contribute to the debate.

    You can submit your application below. If you’ve been shortlisted, we’ll

    Submissions to be a panellist have now closed. 

    We are looking for someone to represent the community on our panel. If you feel this is something you’d like to do, please tell us in no more than 250 words why you would make a good contribution to the discussion around ‘Brexit: what will the impact be on our borough?’

    You will need to be comfortable to present a short introduction of 3-5 minutes to the audience at the start of the event and continue to contribute to the debate.

    You can submit your application below. If you’ve been shortlisted, we’ll be in touch with you by Tuesday 30 October 2018. 

    We look forward to reading your applications! 

    (Please note: if you are an RBK, AfC or any other shared service employee, unfortunately in this instance we can't accept your submission).


    Consultation has concluded