Serpentine Court Steering Group (SCSG)

Serpentine Court Steering Group (SCSG) is made up of residents and businesses from Serpentine Court. The group plays a central role in the regeneration of the area. They scrutinise and advise on Milton Keynes Council's engagement and with residents, making sure residents are a key partner in the process.

 

Danielle, the chair

I have lived in Serpentine Court for 11 years and as a mum of 3, being involved is very important to me. I can be a voice for residents and help mould the regeneration for our future. My aim as chair is to see what Serpentine Court as a community can achieve through this process and to gain the best possible outcomes from regeneration. I want to help and support our community for the better and for every resident to fully understand the process. The best way to predict our future is to create it.

 

Sharon, vice chair

I have lived in Milton Keynes for 19 years and in Serpentine Court for 15 years. I put myself forward to be vice chair to help others in Serpentine Court, to improve the way we live through regeneration. The reason I wanted to take part in the regeneration process is to know what is going to happen in the future so I can let other residents know. My goal is to see regeneration through to the end and hope that all resident will be happy with what is achieved by the community.

 

Newsletter

The SCSG, in conjunction with  Milton Keynes Council, publish a monthly newsletter to provide regular updates on regeneration and other key activities on in Serpentine court, the the latest edition can be found here (PDF, 1.3MB).

 

Meetings

The SCSG meet on a monthly basis, to discuss the regeneration of Serpentine Court. The meetings, minutes and agendas are published on the Milton Keynes Council website.

 

Support to the group

Tpas is the independent resident advisors working in Serpentine Court. They were chosen by a public vote by residents in 2017. Tpas support and advise residents in Serpentine Court throughout the regeneration process.

 

Last Updated: 15 April 2019