- 13th March 2018
- Mile End Locality budgets
Each Councillor gets £2,000 to spend in their area. We have invested in the following: New trees for Mile End to be planted in our open spaces Sports equipment for local Primary schools Bulb planting in two locations in Mile End Sports equipment for children’s holiday camps at First Site A bench on Mill Road … Continue reading Mile End Locality budgets
- 3rd February 2018
- Prosperity is Good News
We can sigh at busy streets. But it is great to see positive news – Colchester recently described as a ‘Boom Town’. The Essex County Standard says the number of businesses, large or small, is up, there is a record number of business units in the borough (8,265 in 2017) and the average income has, … Continue reading Prosperity is Good News
- 31st January 2018
- Helping our neighbours – ‘You say and we do’.
As Local Lib Dems we are here to help our community. That means everything from getting over flowing bins reported to fly tipping addressed, from clearing litter and dog fouling to getting the street wardens on patrol (and 13 fixed penalty notices for those who don’t seem to care), to seeing the General Hospital to … Continue reading Helping our neighbours – ‘You say and we do’.
- 21st January 2018
- Highways updates for Mile End
All of the pot holes on Turner Road, Mill Road and Northern Approach Road have been reported to Essex County Council for repair. Bergholt Road is finally set to be resurfaced by Essex County Council in the 2018/19 financial year. Most of Bakers Lane & all of Spring Lane has now been resurfaced. UK Power … Continue reading Highways updates for Mile End
- 27th December 2017
- Hospital expansion
Many of you have complained to us about visitors and staff parking on nearby roads. One particularly bad delay was due to a burst water main in Turner Road. Cllr Anne Turrell helped get that resolved swiftly. Anne, David King and Martin Goss have also met recently with a senior manager from the Hospital Trust. … Continue reading Hospital expansion