Curb Those Thoughts On Kerb Repairs

11/04/2018

I’ve recently been out campaigning visiting residents around the Sweyne Park and Grange Ward and I’ve had several complaints about the condition of our footpaths and kerbs. Today was a stark reminder that these problems extend much wider than just my ward, whilst walking through the High St I witnessed an elderly gentleman taking a […]

Fed Up Motorists Get Nailed Again

08/08/2017

As my brother often reminds me when I mention the cost of running a car, that it’s “the joy of motoring”, however Rayleigh residents have had no joy recently with the damage to a lot of residents tyres caused by nails left on one particular cut through. On numerous occasions, Station Cresent has had nails […]

Essex CC Launches Best Pothole Award 2017

28/03/2017

Essex County Council who are renown for their high standards of maintaining our county road network and making the ‘right choice’ when approving plans for new housing developments, have now launched ‘The Best Pothole Award 2017’. Entries are simply made by following this link. The winner could actually expect their chosen pothole to be repaired […]

The Hole Truth About Our Highways

01/03/2017

An Audience with Essex Highways Last night I attended an epic 2 1/2 hour briefing by Essex Highways about how they operate. (Death by Powerpoint yet again) There is a pretty much constant complaint from residents about the poor condition of our roads in Rochford District. So it was interesting to hear for myself and Cllr […]

Rayleigh has an Unseen Killer on the Loose!

01/12/2016

Chances are if you like to shop in Rayleigh or dine al fresco then you’re sure to have been ‘touched’ by Rayleigh’s unseen killer. Rayleigh’s killer has been active for more than 6 years with the Tory administration failing to act to bring this ‘killer’ into check for  more than 6 years. Our town’s ‘killer’ spares […]

On yer bike Essex Highways!

27/09/2016

When I look at our local traffic problems, I think what a shame it is that you don’t see more families taking to the roads on bikes – then looking around Rayleigh I see that cycle lanes are either not feasible or just plain forgotten by our local highways representatives. I’m an occasional cyclist (no lycra here!) […]

>