Archive for Month: November 2015

  • You Wanted Additional Bins – You’ve Got Them

    Earlier this year recall my pre election questionnaire that asked “If more bins were to become available, where would you put them?” Many of you replied and four particular areas were highlighted as litter prone areas. It has to be remembered though that the costs involved are not just the actual cost of the bins…

  • Heritage Park Primary School Christmas Bazaar – This Sunday 29th November 1-4pm

    Heritage Park Primary School Christmas Bazaar and ‘Bazaar Bake Off’ is this Sunday 29th November 1-4pm. Lots of great games, stalls and of course Santa and his helpers. Hope to see you all there.

  • Clean It Up 

    I’ve secured a footpath stencil and the paint and sprayed about 20 this morning while out litter picking in the places you’ve suggested so far. Lets hope it has some effect. Let me know if you think somewhere else might benefit. I know where else I’d put them but where would you like to see…

  • Phase One Budget Proposals Announced – Have Your Say

    Proposals which detail how the council will begin to save £19.6 million to balance its budget for 2016/17 have been published by Peterborough City Council.  The first round of plans, published today, sets out how the council is proposing to address £12.1 million of this challenge. Due to the council exceeding city-wide forecast growth targets, £2.9million will…

  • Consultation on Peterborough’s 4th Local Transport Plan

    Your views are being sought on a plan that sets out Peterborough’s transport vision for the next five years. Improving transport for everyone who lives, works or travels in Peterborough is a priority for Peterborough City Council. A Local Transport Plan is produced every five years that sets out how to tackle existing and future…

  • Fly Tipping Havelock Drive

    Another fly tipped 3 piece, this time at the bottom of Havelock Drive. Someone knows who’s responsible. Give me a name/s and I’ll have enforcement knock on their door and drag these anti social individuals before the courts. Many thanks to the caring resident who alerted me and sent in the picture.

  • Remembrance Sunday

    It was an honour to represent our ward this Remembrance Sunday at the Cathedral.