Mile End East Board – Latest minutes 2

On 16 May the Mile End Estate Board met. Minutes of the February 14th meeting were approved after some discussion. Still some outstanding issues arising from the minutes  to resolve but still read the minutes here. 

On the agenda for the evening…….Eastend Homes Doormat Policy

Mile End Board Meeting
Thursday 16™ May 2013 7.00 p.m.
Refreshments The Centre, Maha Buildings,
Merchant Street, London, E3


  1. Apologies
  2. Minutes of Last Meeting – attached
  3. Chair’s Report
  4. Anti Social Behaviour Strategy for the Mile End Estates – Sgt Calver
  5. Memorandums & Articles Review – attached notes from EEH for local boards
  6. Resident Satisfaction Survey – attached
  7. Regeneration Update – Andy Osborne
  8. Any Other Business
  9. Date of Next Meeting

Some good news for owners of doormats, contrary to the notice placed in the notice board (read it here) door mats will be safe from confiscation though a piece of “normal carpet” may be at risk

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2 thoughts on “Mile End East Board – Latest minutes

  • Jubayer Ahmed

    Many British Estate Cultural Centre members and users have expressed their displeasure in the running of the centre by the current committee. The committee members were elected through an election in February 2013. Not all members are known to the public as no photos were displayed during the election to inform them as to who they are. Current members are not fulfilling their role as Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. It is questionable wether they know their duties and responsibilities to EEH, fellow members and the community, if not they should be provided with relevant training.

    Many members have not attended more than 3 committee meetings chaired by Peter Griffiths (EEH Officer). If they are unwilling to show commitment than this opportunity should be provided to others who can serve effectively.

    It is a cause for concern if any committee member is serving on the EastendHomes Board.

    I would like to suggest, should an election is to be held next time, then can candidates be assessed on the following:

    1. Integrity
    2. Commitment
    3. Ability
    4. Neutrality
    5. Have a good command of English

  • Jubayer Ali

    The British Estate Cultural Centre Election was conducted and facilitated by representatives of EEH in February 2013.

    I would like to know what course of action EEH will take to remedy the current problems?