Speaking at the Extraordinary Full Council meeting of Stevenage Borough Council on 22.9.2011, Liberal Democrat group leader, Cllr. Robin Parker, proposed an amendment to the ruling Labour group’s proposal to take back direct control of the council’s housing management from 1.12.2011, which would have allowed more options to be considered for the future management . . . → Read More: Lib Dems Force Vote on Housing Transfer Amendment
The Volunteer Police Cadet scheme in Stevenage is getting a funding boost from a local county councillor.
County Councillor Robin Parker (Chells) has contributed £1,000 from his locality budget to help cover general costs involved in running the training scheme, such as the provision of uniforms for the Cadets.
Other expenses include equipment for . . . → Read More: Councillor Backs Volunteer Police Cadets’ Training
A major safety awareness campaign targeting young people in the Stevenage area has received grants worth a total of £1,750 from two local county councillors.
County Councillor Robin Parker (Chells) and Phil Bibby (St Nicholas) have allocated £1000 and £750 respectively from their locality budgets to the Stevenage Crucial Crew project.
A total of . . . → Read More: Crucial Safety Campaign gets Funding Boost
Dear Sir Your otherwise factual article about recycling waste by Stevenage Borough Council (SBC) (Comet 14 July, page 30) nevertheless includes figures for the percentage of waste recycled by the council which do not agree with published information. . . . → Read More: Recycling: Robin Parker, Letter to Stevenage Comet 15.04.2011
Housing association receives cash boost from its local county councillor.
Cllr. Robin Parker (Chells) has given £750 from his locality budget to a housing association in Stevenage.
Affinity Sutton Housing Association run Ross Court in Chells, Stevenage which is a sheltered cul-de-sac of 14 bungalows for elderly people. Following a petition for help . . . → Read More: All Salted for Elderly Residents