Terms of Reference
Britwell Regeneration Board
The Britwell Regeneration Board will represent residents’ views, working with any relevant
organisations and agencies in the Britwell area of Slough to provide appropriate community facilities
and services for all. The Board will provide feedback to the Borough Council and other agencies on
the regeneration project. It will help enable effective communication with the whole community in
Britwell. The board will be a feedback panel whose views will taken into account in all decision
making by the council about the regeneration project.
We all want to be proud of our neighbourhood and have a say in making it a better place to live and
work. The regeneration project is the beginning of a new way of working with residents, to find out
what concerns local people have about the area, how they would like it to be improved, and how we
can collectively make the improvements.
To work with the local authority, police and partner agencies in Britwell to ensure the
regeneration project benefits all residents.
To engage with residents to inform and involve local people in community activities and
shaping services around the new community Hub.
To give everyone the opportunity to represent their neighbours, friends and community on
their local Neighbourhood Regeneration Board
To provide comment and feed back on the proposed services in Britwell associated with the
regeneration project and the quality of improvements proposed and delivered;
To identify and address key challenges in Britwell;
To support and facilitate community initiatives;
To give people who live and work locally the ability to influence decisions about their
To help make public services more responsive to local needs;
To develop appropriate means of communication either alone or in partnership with other
groups around the regeneration project;
Membership is open to residents, community group representatives and to businesses. All Ward
Councilloiurs of Slough Borough Council will be memebers of the Board.
Roles & Responsibilities: We intend for all participants to contribute fully towards the aims and
objectives outlined above. Meetings will take place monthly unless otherwise stated and dates will
be agreed in advance. Members attendin meetings are expected to behave in the following manner:
Non-political – our aim is to meet local needs with in the resources available
Courteous and constructive
Only one person speaks at a time
Follow the agenda and keep to time
Listen to each other and respect other peoples’ views
Respect confidentiality on specific matters that may be raised (any confidential matter will
be highlighted by Council Officers, but the presumption will be that all discussions of the
Board are not confidential and available for wide dissemination within the local community).
Communication and Confidentiality:
Minutes will be circulated by electronic mail, (if you want a paper copy please contact the council
representative). Certain documents shown will require a signed confidentiality agreement.
Meetings will be held as and when required to receive updates on progress with the regeneration
of the area or to deal with specific matters where the views of the Board will assist informing