Monthly Archives: June 2013

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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Brentwood Community Fund

Yesterday, we opened applications for bids to the new Brentwood Community Fund. We’ve made £50k available for community groups, organisations and individuals who are looking for some funding to get a new idea off the ground that will benefit the … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood Action Teams Visit Hutton North

The new Neighbourhood Action Teams started in the borough around 3 weeks ago and today they pay their first visit to Hutton North. The new team is made up of 4 recruits who provide extra resources to those already in … Continue reading

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Hutton Community Centre Action Day

Yesterday, I joined over 30 volunteers and fellow Conservative councillors at the Hutton Community Centre Action Day. The day was organised by the Council and the working group, who were keen to see the local community get involved in the … Continue reading

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Mountnessing Traveller Incursion

Last night, travellers arrived in Mountnessing setting up an unauthorised camp. The Council was quick to respond and we had officers on site, along with the Deputy Leader of the Council. I notified the police of their arrival and they … Continue reading

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Crossrail Update – Battle Won Against CPO

I’d like to thank everyone who signed our petition against Crossrail’s proposals to compulsory purchase Friars Avenue Carpark. We’ve collected in excess of 2,000 signatures and following discussions with Crossrail’s Chairman by both our MP, the RT. Hon Eric Pickles … Continue reading

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