Hertfordshire County Council
Result of election held 2.5.2013
Votes % % change compared with 2009
Robin Parker 1368 38.1% +0.7%
Labour 893 24.9% +4.6%
UKIP 767 21.4% +10.8%
Conservative 482 13.4% -13.4%
Green 67 1.9% -1.9%
TUSAC 15 0.4% *
Liberal Democrat majority 475 13.2%
Swing from Conservative to UKIP . . . → Read More: County Council Election Results – Stevenage
Robin Parker, County Councillor for Chells Division was successfully re-elected last night whilst also increasing his majority. Robin received 1368 hard fought votes with 38% of the vote.
Full election results can be viewed on the Hertfordshire County Council website by clicking the below link.
Many thanks to all . . . → Read More: Fantastic Result for Lib Dems in Stevenage – Robin Parker Re-elected
Whilst I certainly agree that council tax payers’ money was wasted by the ruling Conservative group at Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) on placing the 12 electronic variable message signs on verges across Stevenage, your report about it (on the front page of the Stevenage Advertiser for 24 April) was inaccurate and poorly . . . → Read More: Robin Parker Letter to Advertiser – Traffic Boards
In your front page article about concerns over school staff changes (Comet, 18 April) it is strange that you should take a comment from the leader of Stevenage Borough Council (SBC) when schools are nothing to do with SBC but are the responsibility of Hertfordshire County Council (HCC). The two schools which . . . → Read More: Robin Parker Letter to Comet – Stevenage School
LETTER FROM CLLR ROBIN PARKER TO THE COMET
Thank you for highlighting the huge problems of parking for vehicle owners in Raleigh Crescent (Comet, 28 March, page 3). Some additional information is needed.
Raleigh Crescent was built around 1962/1963 and, like many other roads in Stevenage, there is insufficient . . . → Read More: Letter to Comet – Update on Parking in Raleigh Crescent