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Long term commitment on refuse collections is needed

Call for long term commitment to residents on waste

Lib Dem Group Leader Councillor David Kendall has called on Tory controlled Brentwood Borough Council to give a long term commitment to residents that they will NOT consider introducing fortnightly residual waste collections, tagging bins or charging by weight collected for at least the next five years.

30 Jan 2008
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Potholes in Brentwood

HOLY MOLY! A NEW DANGER ON THE ROADS

Deep potholes could appear in Brentwood's roads under controversial cost-cutting proposals.The plans - likely to be introduced on April 1 - mean only urgent repairs will be carried out when road maintenance funds run out.

PM
16 Jan 2008
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Increased security at Brentwood stations welcomed

The Liberal Democrats have welcomed the news that ONE Railway has contracted a Security company (MH Security) to provide security agents for Brentwood Station. The agents have been taken on to help improve passenger safety and reduce the number of groups congregating at the station after school and into the early evening. This is an additional initiative to work already being done in the area by the local police and PCSOs.

15 Jan 2008
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Kendall attacks Tory plans to slash spending on potholes

Cllr David Kendall, Brentwood Lib Dem Group Leader, has attacked the Conservatives running Essex County Council over their abject failure to finance highway repairs properly. Just a few weeks ago the Tories announced a £10 million overspend on the highways budget.

15 Jan 2008
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No say on the cinema

The decision to reject calls for a borough-wide consultation on the cinema and shopping complex plans has angered Liberal Democrat councillors.Cllr David Kendall, leader of the Lib Dem Group on Brentwood Borough Council, said many residents would be "dismayed and frustrated" after the Conservative-controlled administration voted against his motion at a full council meeting.

KC
2 Jan 2008
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Consultation Team Took Notice

I am so pleased to hear that the news about Warley Hill post office is true and the decision has been made to keep it open.The decision paper on the Post Office website shows that the Post Office consultation team took notice of the points I made to them in my objection letter regarding the wrong address (it was listed as Warley Road not Warley Hill) and the fact that it is not level terrain to the town centre as they claimed. These issues were clearly fundamental to the final decision.

KC
19 Dec 2007
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UK Lib Dem news

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Health, Care & the NHS

Boosting Cancer Survival

Liberal Democrats have passed new policy with a comprehensive plan aimed at boosting cancer survival rates and improving the quality of life for patients and their families.

DC
16 Mar 2024
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