- 27th May 2021
- Election results in Mile End & Highwoods – a big thank you!
A big thank you Mile End! The election was held on May 6th and both Martin Goss and David King were successful in their election results. Mile End for the Colchester Borough Seat was as follows: Martin Goss (Lib Dem) 1974 (65.5%) CON 583 (19.3%) LABOUR 328 (10.8%) GREEN 139 (4.6%) Mile End and Highwoods … Continue reading Election results in Mile End & Highwoods – a big thank you!
- 13th April 2021
- Vandalised tree outside 114 Mile End Road
The tree outside 114 Mile End Road was vandalised some months ago. We are pleased to say that the tree has now been replaced. This was kindly funded by Myland Community Council as part of their “greening the parish” initiative. Vandalism of any kind is totally unacceptable but we are pleased this tree is now … Continue reading Vandalised tree outside 114 Mile End Road
- Braiswick Lane parking
We wrote to all residents in the area about removing one parking space on Nayland Road where visibility is poor coming out of Braiswick Lane. We delivered the letter in August 2020 but little response was forthcoming from the public at the time as we need around 80% of residents in the area to be … Continue reading Braiswick Lane parking
- 4th February 2021
- Mcdonalds planning application at Turner Rise
Some of you may already be aware that McDonalds have put in a planning application for a new restaurant building at the Turner Rise Retail Park. The new building will be next to Go Outdoors and next to Pizza hut. The car park is 390 spaces and only 4 additional spaces will be added. There … Continue reading Mcdonalds planning application at Turner Rise
- 7th December 2020
- All change at North Station
You will no doubt have seen the measures put in place by Essex County Council funded by Government to give cycling and walking more prominence at North Station, Essex Hall Road, North Station Road and the town centre. As traffic levels returned to normal these did start to cause congestion issues. Essex County Council listened … Continue reading All change at North Station