Mile End Liberal Democrats

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  • 3rd August 2020
  • 10 screen cinema coming to Mile End!
  • Developers Turnstone Estates have revised their plans for the new leisure development on the land next to the football stadium. Turnstone will submit their new proposals to the council planning department soon. They will look to start building later this year,although given the current climate that may be delayed. The new plans include a 10 … Continue reading 10 screen cinema coming to Mile End!

  • 15th July 2020
  • Trinity School Update
  • You may have read the good news that 120 places for September 2021 are now guaranteed at the new Trinity School. The school places will be served out of the Gilberd site for the first academic year and in order to ensure there is enough space some existing classrooms will be refurbished and an extension … Continue reading Trinity School Update

  • 9th July 2020
  • Proposed garden waste charges
  • GREEN WASTE CHARGING PUT ON HOLD “WE ARE LISTENING” That was the message from Councillor Martin Goss who is the Cabinet Member with responsibility for waste, environment & transport during the Wednesday 8th July Colchester Cabinet Meeting. Councillor Goss had expressed grave concerns that the proposal within a paper to consider a new green waste … Continue reading Proposed garden waste charges

  • 27th August 2019
  • Parking issues in Mile End
  • With the General Hospital, main line station and a professional football club in the ward there are challenges with parking. We meet regularly with the hospital estate managers who assure us they want to be good neighbours and are looking at travel plans for their employees to stop parking on nearby residential areas. We have … Continue reading Parking issues in Mile End

  • 3rd July 2019
  • Traveller incursions
  • Following two further traveller incursions in Mile End, Cllr Coleman requested all potential sites be made secure and asked the portfolio holder to look at additional measures. This could include a borough wide ban as in Harlow or a transit site to stop other sites being used with subsequent issues. As trespass is not a … Continue reading Traveller incursions