Air pollution in Kettering to be discussed by Kettering Borough Council Committee

By Anne Lee on November 1, 2018

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The topic of air pollution has rightly attracted a lot of attention recently, and the impact on children’s health in particular has come in for scrutiny.

Kettering Borough Council has a statutory duty to monitor air pollution in the borough. The Monitoring & Audit Committee will talk about air pollution in the borough at its next meeting on the 6th November, and this is something that I have been pushing to have included on the agenda.

The committee is Chaired by Labour's Northfield Councillor Jonathan West, and I am the Vice Chair. You can find agendas, reports and minutes from the committee on Kettering Borough Council's website by clicking here.

Anne has been an active councillor for 5 years. She represented Pipers Hill on Kettering Borough Council, and now represents Windmill on the new North Northamptonshire Council. She was a school governor at St Edwards Primary School for 8 years and has been a Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator for over 30 years. She has 3 grown-up children and lives in the ward, working as a freelance linguist. She is an impassioned supporter of community hubs, such as the Green Patch and the Grange Resource Centre. With a Master’s in political sciences, and a keen interest in improving the new authority’s communications with residents and businesses, she promises to be an active councillor with a strong voice, and is particularly interested in reducing carbon emissions and in supporting families with children.

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