Archive Monthly Archives: May 2019

Residents Take No Prisoners At PFCC Meeting

29/05/2019

A huge crowd of concerned residents turned out to last nights Police Fire Crime Commissioner’s (PFCC) meeting but he wasn’t the only one that residents had in their sights. The PFCC lay out his preamble with the District Commander attempting to give residents some comfort about the current youth crime, plaguing Rayleigh. Speaking to residents […]

Free Car Parking To Be Reduced In High St

24/05/2019

Rochford District Council has made a planning application to install a rapid electric vehicle charging point in the High St. This application will however mean the removal of TWO free car parking spaces outside of Natwest Bank. I welcome the introduction of EV charging points but feel this location is unnecessary. Why couldn’t this charging […]

Back In The Saddle

15/05/2019

Last night I attended the Rochford District Council, Annual Council. I was pleasantly surprised to be welcomed back on to the Council by (the now leader) Cllr Mike Steptoe amongst by many members, which I was hugely grateful for. I’d also like to personally welcome, Cllr Mike Wilkinson, who I’m expecting great things of (no […]

Land North of London Road – First Blood Pt I

13/05/2019

Residents have been asking a few questions about the new build on Rawreth Lane so I thought I’d give my views and try to answer some questions. There is land allocated for a school. Will it be built? That responsibility lies with Essex County Council. I’ve recently asked our Rayleigh South Essex County Councillor, June […]

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