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Peterborough’s housing ambitions knocked down by Brexit!

by Cllr Darren Fower on 15 February, 2017

What’s up? Well, the Liberal Democrats have produced figures to show that plans to boost house-building in Peterborough cannot be delivered because of a Brexit-driven labour crisis. How come then? Our work has shown that the construction industry would need a 35% increase in workers to deliver the houses the government claims it will build […]

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What’ this about then? You may remember reading the reports, just before Christmas last year, when the Tory controlled city council announced plans to spend £8,024 of taxpayers money, to hire two security guards to work for 19 days over Christmas and the new year, to address (in their words) “anti-social behaviour” at St Peter’s Arcade. […]

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What’s this to do with? Each year the Peterborough Liberal Democrats undertake an on-line Resident Survey, asking local people their thoughts and opinions on a range of community topics! Because one of the issues faced by local residents face each and every day, relates to roads and footpaths in their area, we asked last year, […]

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Are you a cyclists in Gunthorpe? Do you agree with these findings?

by Cllr Darren Fower on 11 February, 2017

What’s this to do with? Each year the Peterborough Liberal Democrats undertake an on-line Resident Survey, asking local people their thoughts and opinions on a range of community topics! Now given that Peterborough has aspirations to become the UK’s environment capital and the Council’s Transport User Hierarchy, as part of the Local Transport Plan states […]

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What’s this about then? On the 8th of February, Labour MPs backed the Conservatives in voting to trigger Article 50, the start of the formal process of Britain leaving the European Union. So what? Well, they did so even though Theresa May has chosen to pursue a hard Brexit, which will mean ripping Britain out of […]

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What’s this to do with? As reported in the Peterborough Telegraph recently, Tories at the Town Hall, have decided to pay education specialists £150,000 “..to help improve primary school results.” These “experts” are from an organisation called Success for All, which is based in Cathedral Square, and apparently they’ll be helping the five most under […]

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Do you agree with the majority RE: speeding vehicles?

by Cllr Darren Fower on 7 February, 2017

What’s this to do with? Each year the Peterborough Liberal Democrats undertake an on-line Resident Survey, asking local people their thoughts and opinions on a range of community topics! One of the ever present problems throughout the area, is speeding. It’s something that is not exclusive to one particular stretch of road, and is an […]

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What’s this to do with? It’s to do with the the St Michael’s Gate issue, whereby the Tory controlled Council has done a deal, which will see local families and individuals forced out their homes, in order to provide temporary accommodation for the homeless. If you are one of the few unfamiliar with this ongoing […]

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More complaints received about poor parking along #FulbridgeRoad

by Cllr Darren Fower on 5 February, 2017

What’s this to do with? I’ve been contacted by local residents who have, once again, raised concerns about cars and vans parking on footpaths and grass verges along Fulbridge Road. They have no respect for others! It’s dangerous as you have to go on to road to get by them, this must be illegal? – […]

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Have YOU had YOUR say yet? PCC Budget consultation – Phase 2

by Cllr Darren Fower on 4 February, 2017

What’s this about then? The Conservative controlled City Council in Peterborough have launched their Budget consultation 2017/18 phase two – and you have until 6th March 2017, to have YOUR say! Please have a scroll through the document and then use the form below to send in your views, comments or suggestions! PCC Budget consultation […]

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