Your ward councillors are:
Your ward councillors set priorities and work to address them with input from partners and residents. They host ward committee meetings and events, and lead a team of officers and partners working in the area.
In Guildhall Ward, the current priorities are:
- to increase recycling
- better maintenance of parks and green spaces
- reduction of anti-social behaviour
- for children to be able to play out safely
- fewer people suffering from loneliness
- for people to embrace diversity in their communities
You can attend events and committee meetings in your ward to find out about how local priorities are being addressed. View agendas and minutes from Guildhall Ward committee meetings.
Ward Profile, Priorities and Funding
The Guildhall Ward profile contains statistical information about the area and is updated regularly.
Each ward has a budget to spend on local priorities. For 2017 to 2018 the ward budget is £36,470. To find out what been spent so far, see ward funding decisions. You can find out more at your annual ward committee meetings or by contacting your Community Involvement Officer.
Community groups and voluntary organisations can apply for ward grant funding.
You can download the following documents for your application:
Consultations and decisions on funding happen at ward committee meetings, team meetings and through other engagement opportunities such as surveys and councillor surgeries.
Ward news and information
Find out what's happening by:
- reading ward news
- following @GuildhallWard on Twitter
- contacting your ward councillors
- contacting your Community Involvement Officer asking to join the email list for regular updates on news and events
The Residents' Associations for Guildhall Ward are:
Housing Environment Improvement Programme
The Housing Environment Improvement Programme (HEIP) helps to deliver local priorities including things tenants have identified as important in their area.
Ideas for making your area a better place to live were submitted to your local councillor, Residents' Association, Community Involvement Officer or Housing Management Officer, for discussion at a ward team meeting.
The HEIP Panel met on 2 August to assess the suggestons. View the outcome of the assessment on scheme suggestions as submitted by the Guildhall Ward Team.
The schemes that meet the criteria were reviewed at a HEIP Panel meeting on 3 October 2017. You can view the Guildhall HEIP Action Plan update online.
Guildhall Ward has a Planning Panel made up of local residents who come together to discuss and respond to local planning applications. Contact your Community Involvement Officer for information about how to join.