Ebbsfleet Community Board
There is nobody better placed than local people to identify opportunities and priorities for local community members. The Community Board is set up to do just that.
The role of Ebbsfleet's Community Board
The Ebbsfleet Community Board helps to make a huge difference, by helping to deliver facilities, activities and events, identify what is done well, and what needs to be improved.
The Community Board is made up of residents who applied to the Board, alongside members of Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, the Leader of Dartford Council as chairman, the Leader of Gravesham Council and two local ward councillor representatives, each representing local wards in Gravesham and Dartford. The majority of current members are local residents, who act as a voice and sounding board for local residents.
What does the Community Board do?
- Provide advice, support, ideas and insight to community events and activities
- Work with local networks and partnerships to support neighbourhoods across Ebbsfleet,
- Act as a link between Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, the Community Board, and the growing community
- Provide advice and guidance as to the facilities, events and initiatives brought forward in the local community
- Play a vital role in shaping the future of Ebbsfleet
Your Community Board members
- Bart Woodhouse
- Chika Victor-Oderinde
- Chima Ozuzu
- Duncan Jones
- Louis Josiah
- Manglesh Yvas
- Mark Cawthorne
- Melanie Lay
- Michelle Lynch
- Olive Gathoni
- Penny Marsh
- Peter Gal
- Rebecca Hemans
- Sheila Eade
- Sky Crook
- Suzan Boylam
- Sylvia Lewis
- Tanumoy Talukder
Local Authority representatives
- Peter Scollard (GBC)
- Danny Nicklen (DBC)
EDC Board representatives
- Jeremy Kite (Chair)
- John Burden
- Ian Piper
Frequently asked questions
The Community Board is made up of residents who applied to the Board, with members of EDC, the Leader of Dartford Council as chairman, the Leader of Gravesham Council and two local ward councillor representatives, each representing local wards in Gravesham and Dartford. The majority of current members are local residents. The Community Board act as a vital conduit between local resident feedback, concerns, ideas and opinions and work in partnership between residents and the Corporation to ensure that Ebbsfleet regeneration reflects the community within it.
The Community Board meets once every 3 months.
The Community Board is made up of local residents who applied to join the Board through a friendly and informal application process. The next opportunity to join the Community Board will be advertised to residents and local community members on this website and on social media.
You can get in touch with the Community Board using the Contact Us form. The Community Board is not governed in the same way as Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, therefore you are welcome to ask your question via email, over the phone, or even ask your local representative if you bump into them at the shops!