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Syed Hussain

County Councillor for Burton TrentSyed Hussian

Annual Report 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019


I was first elected as County Councillor for the Burton Trent electoral division in May 2017 

My division lies in the south east of East Staffordshire and includes the wards of Anglesey and Stapenhill and covers approximately 328 hectares with a population of 14,246Committee Membership and Attendance Record 

My committee membership and attendance record can be seen below: 

Audit and Standards Committee

  • Possible:2
  • Actual: 2

Charities and Trust Committee

  • Possible:2
  • Actual: 2

County Council

  • Possible: 6
  • Actual: 6

Local Member Priority Meeting – East Staffordshire

  • Possible: 9
  • Actual: 1
  • Apologies: 2
  • Absent: 6

Safe and Strong Communities Select Committee

  • Possible: 8
  • Actual: 7
  • Apologies: 1

Standing Advisory Body on Religious Education

  • Possible: 3
  • Actual: 2
  • Apologies: 1


  • Possible: 34
  • Actual: 23 (68%)
  • Apologies: 5 (15%)
  • Absent: 6 (17%) 

Schemes supported under the Staffordshire Local Community Fund

ApplicantAmount: Description

Brackenwood Road Big Lunch

£900.00: Funding of outdoor generator, portaloos, BBQ, refreshments and promotional leaflets for the community street party for all ages and different nationalities which helps people living in the community from feeling isolated and alone.

Pakistani Community Centre

£2,400.00: Funding towards carpet flooring to improve the interior of the community centre and its hall used by diverse communities to include Polish, Latvian and Asian. It will also be a platform for women to gather together for workshops on healthy living, diabetes, weight loss and the English language.

Burton Town Football Club

£727.50: Funding towards full football kit, player bags, first aid kit, goal nets and footballs to provide for the local youth at league level and development of the team to midlands regional alliance league building positive direction in life and healthier and fitness to build safer communities.

Princess Street Community Centre

£500.00: Funding to purchase 10 ACER Chromebook R 13 CB5-312T 2 in 1 64 GB, to upgrade the existing IT hub that helps people to search for job’s, create CV’s or search for advice and guidance..

Chestnut Grange Social Fund

£500.00: Funding towards transport, poppies and promotional materials and food to take the elderly residents on an outing to the National Memorial Arboretum.



Councillor Development


26 March 2019

Members' Spring Event

5 February 2019 

Skype Training for Members

15 January 2019

Member Briefing - Vulnerable Adults and Statutory Duties

13 November 2018

Members Autumn Event

1 November 2018 GDPR Training for Members

30 October 2018

Equality and Diversity Training

22 October 2018 

Personal Resilience

My Allowances and Expenses


Basic Allowance


Special Responsibility Allowance








Total Paid


Mileage from my home to County Buildings, where many meetings take place, is 54 miles return.  

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