Archive for Month: March 2017

  • Great News. Cardea to Park Farm Footpath planning conditions agreed

    My fellow councillors Ray Bisby & Brian Rush had met with planning officers to discuss and decide on our recommendations regarding future phases of the Cardea building programme by Persimmon. We have been pushing to have our conditions accepted as part of the next phase to ensure a footpath/cycleway link is completed to link up…


    I’m delighted to have be elected for the second year in succession to the position of Deputy Chair (Political) for North West Cambridgeshire Conservative Association at the AGM held on the 17th March 2017.

  • Oakdale Primary School expansion – Public consultation evening

    Oakdale Primary School expansion – Public consultation evening To accommodate the increasing demand for places at Oakdale Primary School, the school and Peterborough City Council have agreed a programme to build additional accommodation.  This will involve the provision of eight new classrooms, group room and nursery provision plus the reconfiguration of the hall and staff…

  • Bryan Tyler – Conservative Community Champion for Fletton & Stanground

    I’m really pleased to be helping our Conservative Community Champion Bryan Tyler in the adjacent ward which many residents feel is suffering now as a result of not having a Conservative presence. A presence missing that shows that only one political group in this city can and does work to get things done. Here’s Bryan…

  • Grass Cutting Remains 8 Cuts per year – That’s the promise

    As you know last year I moved to our group for a return to the 8 cuts a year grass cutting schedule. I’m very pleased therefore that this years budget agreement means the 8 cuts per year schedule will continue. Estimated dates are as above.

  • Dog Fouling Motion – Agreed by Full Council

    Great news. The motion received the full backing of full council last night (8th March). Please don’t expect massive changes to happen overnight but this does now commit the council to look at this in detail and come up with a plan as to how to tackle the problem using all means necessary from education in…

  • Cardea Community Litter Pick – Over 40 Volunteers Help Out

    This is just some of the rubbish we picked up in Cardea on Saturday March 4th. Over 40 community volunteers turned out to show pride in the ward. It was a truly fantastic effort. Well done to all who came and helped.