There will be a public Residents’ Meeting as follows:
19.30 – 21.00 Monday 2 July 2012
Church Hall, Church of St. Hugh and St. John, Mobbsbury Way, Stevenage
It has been organised jointly by the 3 borough councillors for Chells Ward and the 3 borough councillors for Manor Ward on Stevenage Borough Council and . . . → Read More: CHELLS WARD AND MANOR WARD RESIDENTS’ MEETING
Cllr Robin Parker, County Councillor for Chells Manor is once again using his County Council locality budget and investing in the local community. Cllr Parker using his Highway Locality Budget to improve the footway in Bronte Paths.
Works are being undertaken on the worn-out footway surface between Numbers 2 and 26 . . . → Read More: Road Works in Bronte Paths
The new Lib Dem County Group Leader, Cllr Stephen Giles-Medhurst, has forced a scrutiny review of the astonishing sum of £9.2m the County Council currently spends on publicity and printing.
Lib Dems demanded the figures at the time the County Council’s budget was discussed, but they have only recently been made public. The sum is . . . → Read More: Lib Dems force review of £9.2 m spending on Publicity and Printing
The Footway in Faraday Road is being resurfaced thanks to Robin Parker, your local County Councillor. Cllr Robin Parker has recommended it is a priority and is funding it using his Highway Locality Budget. Information about locality budgets is online at: www.hertsdirect.org/localitybudgets
Faraday Road Improvements
A grant of £1000 has been awarded from Councillor Robin Parker‘s Locality Budget to Stevenage Borough Council for a garage compound in Telford Avenue.
The funding will go towards compound fencing and lighting work to ensure that it is a safe and accessible area.
Cllr Parker (Chells Division) said: “This funding will enable Stevenage Borough . . . → Read More: Telford Avenue garage to get improved parking facilities
Schemes to tackle environmental problems in Stevenage have received the financial backing of a Hertfordshire county councillor. Cllr Robin Parker, of Chells Division, has given £4,638 from his locality budget to Stevenage Borough Council for the benefit of the local community. Cllr Parker said: “I’m delighted to be able to support this scheme, which will . . . → Read More: Cash boost for environmental schemes in Stevenage