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100 Days in…

It is 100 days since the Conservatives won the General Election, giving them 5 years of running the country without the shackles of the Lib Dems. The Prime Minister has written an article and I have seen a number of … Continue reading

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Busy Times!

It has been a few months since I last updated my blog and things have been very busy! A lot has happened since March, most notably that the Conservatives won not only the general election in May but also the … Continue reading

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Notice to Hutton Poplars Residents

I received an email on Friday, from a member of the coalition running Brentwood Council, stating that from the 1st April 2015, season ticket holders for Friars Avenue and Hunter Avenue carparks in Shenfield will be allowed to park in … Continue reading

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It’s been a while…

It has been a while since I posted a blog on here and it has been a busy few weeks, both personally and politically. My biggest news is on the personal front. Towards the end of last year, I gave … Continue reading

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Halloween at Hutton Community Centre

I popped along to the Hutton Community Centre last night ( Halloween) to see how the children’s community event was going. Along with fellow Hutton Conservative councillors, I used part of my £1,000 ward budget to help fund an event … Continue reading

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Why I Back the Call In On Warley Training Centre

At the recent Asset and Enterprise Panel, an item was published on the agenda to sell Warley Training Centre for development. The proposal, one of a series led by the chairman, Cllr Russell Quirk was one which Conservatives were set … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood Action Team in Hutton North

One of the most simple yet effective decisions that Conservatives took when we ran the Council was to introduce the Neighbourhood Action Teams. The team of four rotate around the Borough on a weekly basis, carrying out work requested by … Continue reading

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Hutton Community Centre: Work Progressing Well

Plans to bring back to life the Hutton Community Centre are progressing well, with much of the building work now complete. Last week, Chris Hossack and I paid a visit, spoke with the builders and saw first hand, how the … Continue reading

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Cutting Council Tax and Increasing Services to Redidents

Cutting Council Tax and Investing in More Services. I’m delighted that we have agreed a budget for 2014, which will protect and increase current services, whilst also delivering a Council Tax cut of 1.5%. As a result, the Brentwood Council … Continue reading

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William Hunter Way and the Lib Dem Danger

I announced last week that we would be bringing the negotiations with Stockland regarding the William Hunter Way development to a close, following their request to remove inflation (RPI) increases relating to the minimum ground rent from the agreement. We … Continue reading

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