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The Estates Management and Scheme Committee (EMSC), which plays a vital role in maintaining and protecting open spaces across our estates in Birmingham, is recruiting for three new resident representatives.

Representatives on the Committee, which meets four times a year during office hours, carry out a number of important roles, including:

  • Giving feedback on policies
  • Considering issues relating to the management charge
  • Listening to appeals about applications for alterations to homes.

The role of representatives is really important. They help influence and discuss important issues about estate management and represent their area, be it Shenley, Weoley or Bournville.

Importantly, representatives have the chance to make a difference on behalf of residents they are representing.

We are currently looking for nominations for one representative from the Shenley area and two for the Bournville area. You must be aged over 18, live in a designated area and not be a BVT employee to be considered for the role.

For Shenley:

To put yourself forward for Shenley, you will need to download the nomination form below or collect one to fill in from our head office 350 Bournville Lane, Shenley Court Hall, or St. David’s Church.

Nomination Form for EMSC Resident Rep Shenley area

Once you have completed the form, please email it to communityadmin@bvt.org.uk or hand into our head office by Friday 5th January.

Elections will run from 8th January to Monday 29th January and you will be able to vote for your chosen candidate on our website or by visiting our head office, Shenley Court Hall or St David’s Church. The nominated candidates for both areas will be publicised on noticeboards / community spaces from Monday 8th January.

For Bournville:

To put yourself forward, please complete a nomination form which you can download from Bournville Village Council’s website www.bournvillevillagecouncil.org.uk or collect one from our head office 350 Bournville Lane, Rowheath Pavilion, Bournville Community Hub or St Francis Church & Centre.

Once you have completed the form, please send it to: Chair of Bournville Village Council, 28 Blackthorn Close, Bournville, B30 1SB or email it to EMSC@bournvillevillagecouncil.org.uk by Friday 5th January.

Elections will be run by Bournville Village Council and held by secret ballot at their Annual Public Meeting on 21st January.

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