RPS consultation has begun

RPS consultation has begun

The final stage of the resident's parking scheme process has begun. From 20th February adverts will be placed in the local press, in The Hive library, in Worcester Art Gallery & Museum, as well as being attached to lampposts within the scheme area. The online link...

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A Mockery of Democracy

A Mockery of Democracy

Worcestershire County Council has a Cabinet led administration, where non-majority members of the council have only a limited role in determining how the council is run. One way in which we can have a say and hold the leadership to account is through notices of motion...

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Brexit: What a mess!

I cannot believe what a state the country is in. Over three years ago we had a referendum where a majority voted to leave the EU. This was an advisory referendum, but was treated by many, including the then Prime Minister, David Cameron, as binding. The leave campaign...

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RPS plans updated after feedback

RPS plans updated after feedback

The draft residents' parking scheme plans have been updated. Have a look at the plans here. Some of the key changes are: Additional shared RPS bays on Sansome Walk. Reduction in number of shared bays on Shrubbery Avenue. Some bays changed from shared to residents...

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Draft plans for part of RPS

Draft plans for part of RPS

Draft plans for the residents’ parking scheme covering the northern half of the RPS area have been produced. I will be delivering a letter to residents in these areas with details of the plans. The images below show the two plans produced. Clicking on an image will...

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RPS plans updated after feedback

Residents’ Parking Scheme Approved

The votes have now been counted for the proposed residents' parking scheme and with almost 61% of residents returning their vote and with over 95% saying yes, I can confirm that the scheme will be going ahead! There were 742 returns in total, with 709 in support and...

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Worcester update:

Carrington bridge is fully closed in both directions again whilst emergency services are working

City bridge currently still open in both directions but will need to close shortly for contraflow system

Please avoid areas if possible due to congestion

It was Mahatma Ghandi who said ´A nation's greatness is measured by how it treats its most vulnerable members’.

Britain is no longer Great, is no longer civilised and it’s been like this for an awful long time.

Austerity needs to stop now. It kills. https://ift.tt/3a50Owa

Yes, and may this overhaul of the school curriculum start with economics. Growth-centric economics is killing us. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-51492942

Grown-up consensus-building descends on the Guildhall. City councillors from all political parties voted unanimously for this year’s budget. More info....https://www.facebook.com/CllrLouisStephen/photos/a.741028392928197/1066184143745952/?type=3&theater

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Litter pick today at 2pm at Perdiswell. Meet at the Old Elizabethans' car park. All equipment provided. All welcome. ...

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I was planning a litter pick on Perdiswell this afternoon, but Storm Dennis has made that a bad idea! Instead, it will be delayed until next Saturday 22nd. Meet at 2pm by the Old Elizabethans car park. ...

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