Archive Monthly Archives: September 2019

Mark Francois’ Time Could Be Up As MP

11/09/2019

I don’t really do National politics here on my blog but I had to share this with you, after all we’ve all been long suffering over Brexit and the Governments shambolic governance of this country for the past ____years. Now I find that yes indeed, staunch Brexiteer, MP Mark Francois could be challenged for his […]

Fingers In Ears By Conservative Councillors

08/09/2019

If you’ve been following me on social media (Facebook @cllrjamesnewport or Twitter @jimnewport), then you will have read this week how I’ve tried to get in contact with some of the Conservative ‘leadership’ Councillors. Why? The problems that the multiple roadworks around our town has caused for residents and businesses One of those Councillors that […]

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Rawreth Lane & Wolsey Park (Countryside)

05/09/2019

Earlier this week I wrote on my Facebook page informing residents that I had written to Countryside about the traffic management and asked if they could do anything to offer residents some respite from the current traffic congestion that is caused, partially, by the works on the new spine road for Wolsey Park. Today I […]

Has the Congestion Closed Rayleigh For Businesses?

05/09/2019

I’ve sent the Portfolio Holder for Enterprise an email to find out what he intends to do about the damaging effects of Essex County Council’s bad planning and Rochford District Council’s desire to build without the infrastructure in place. From: Cllr James Newport <jamesn@onlinefocus.org>Subject: Congestion and impact on our local economy and residentsDate: 5 September 2019 at 08:15:49 […]

Update on Travellers

03/09/2019

Rochford District Council have issued this press release September 3, 2019Unauthorised Travellers leave site in the district.Rochford District Council can confirm that Travellers who had taken up illegal encampment at Priory Chase, Rayleigh have now vacated the site.Whilst it is not clear where they have moved to, there are no reports of them elsewhere in […]

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