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William Hunter Way – Doing What’s Best For Brentwood

I have today announced that the Council will be terminating the William Hunter Way deal with the developer, Stockland. The decision has been taken for one reason alone: Continuing was not in Brentwood’s best interests and I will explain why. … Continue reading

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William Hunter Way – Facts and FAQs

There have been a few questions, which have come my way about the WHW development. Please see the following link for FAQs which will explain the situation in terms of where we are at in some detail. Ultimately, it is … Continue reading

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Thank You!

Well it’s been a while since I wrote a blog entry, over two months in fact, but what a time it has been! For those unaware, I gave birth to my my first child; a son back in August, and … Continue reading

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Summary of my Meeting with the CEO of Basildon Hospital

We all want the best care for ourselves and our families, especially when we are ill. Some of you have raised concerns with me about the recently published Keogh Report into the quality of care and treatment at a number … Continue reading

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Casework Comment – The Fuller Picture

Some figures on “casework” by each councillor have been shared this week, with lots of opposition members back slapping each other for the amount of work they do, whilst of course, continuing their joint venture against the Administration, decrying Conservative … Continue reading

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William Hunter Way: Latest Update

Couple of updates on the long awaited William Hunter Way development. Firstly, an application has been received by the Council for the renewal of the William Hunter Way planning permission, which expires in September. Along with fellow Conservatives, I have … Continue reading

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Shenfield Parking Proposals: Survey Update

So far we’ve had a great response to our survey regarding our parking proposals in Shenfield to tackle the effects of Crossrail. I spent some time yesterday reading the responses that we have so far received. Thank you to those … Continue reading

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UK Power Network Substation Update

I recently wrote to UK Power Network about the state of the substation in Queenswood Avenue, near the footpath to the Wash Road Industrial Estate in Talon Road, asking them to tidy it up, remove the graffiti and replace the … Continue reading

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Setting The Record Straight On MD Pay

Lots of noise this week about senior pay at the Council, which has led to misleading statements from the opposition and internet trolls, so I thought I’d set the record straight. Let’s start with some facts…(seems a good place to … Continue reading

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Brentwood Updates

It’s been a busy few days over the past week. Last Friday, I had the pleasure of attending the opening of the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy in Brentwood High Street. The Centre is to operate in conjunction with Havering College … Continue reading

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