At the Stevenage Borough Council Annual General meeting on 22.5.2013, the opposition Liberal Democrat group once again refused to support the choice of Labour’s mayor for 2013/2014. “The town’s mayor has no political power whatsoever, so is supposed to be non-party political” said Manor borough councillor and Chells county councillor, Robin . . . → Read More: Liberal Democrats Refuse to Support Labour’s Mayor or Scrutiny Chairs
Robin Parker, Chells Liberal Democrat county councillor, has announced that the demolition of the old MarriottsSchool buildings in Telford Avenue, can begin any time from Wednesday 20.3.2013. The contractor (Balfour Beatty) needed an agreed demolition plan with Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) before demolition could start. A suggested plan was submitted around . . . → Read More: MARRIOTTS SCHOOL DEMOLIT.ION STARTS 20.3.2013
In your report ‘Footpath access is restricted’ (Comet, 7 February, page 3) you state that the gates to the perimeter path of the new Marriotts /Lonsdale Schools building, are locked at night through to morning. This is not correct.
It is true that the three gates (at Brittain Way, . . . → Read More: Letter to Comet – Update on Kissing Gates at Marriotts School
With reference to the letter from ‘The Voice of Many’ (Letters, Stevenage Advertiser, 13 February) I can assure the writer that the Liberal Democrats on Stevenage Borough Council (SBC) agree with him, and are fully aware of the effects of rent increases on the budgets of many tenants, especially . . . → Read More: Letter to The Stevenage Advertiser – Cllr Robin Parker – Rent Increases
Local Liberal Democrat county and borough councillor, Robin Parker, is hitting out at the developers of the new Marriotts and Lonsdale schools site, because they have erected signs stating that pedestrian routes around the edge of the site are no longer a right of way – and furthermore have physically . . . → Read More: COUNCILLOR OPPOSES CLOSURE OF WALKING ROUTE