Southfield Ward Monthly Advice Sessions Resume

Councillors will be on hand to give in-person assistance

Liberal Democrat councillors Gary Busittil and Gary Malcolm hold an advice surgery
Liberal Democrat councillors Gary Busittil and Gary Malcolm hold an advice surgery

If you have a Council issue and live in Southfield please drop by to our monthly advice sessions

Although more common nowadays for residents to report Council problems to us by email, many people still need to ask our advice in person.

The Southfield Liberal Democrats run monthly advice sessions that take place between 10am and noon on the first Saturday of each month. They take place at the portacabin next to St Albans Church, South Parade, Chiswick, W4.

There is a range of issues that people bring to us including parking issues, dirty streets, potholes, housing issues, educational enquiries and many other topics.

When you want to discuss a matter at the advice sessions you do not need to make an appointment, please just turn up with any relevant documentation.

At each advice session there will be two of the three Southfield ward Councillors (Gary Malcolm, Gary Busuttil and Andrew Steed) so if one Councillor is busy helping a resident then the second Councillor will be able to help you.

If you need to contact us in advance, in case we can help you sooner, please email us using:

The Southfield Liberal Democrats have a good record of both listening to issues that will help us find solutions for residents. So if you have a problem please contact the Southfield Liberal Democrats so we can look at the issues you are experiencing.

Cllr Gary Malcolm – Liberal Democrat councillor for Southfield ward

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September 23, 2021