Her Majesty’s Government today announced that 100 places across England have been invited to submit a business case to access up to £25m each from the £3.6bn Towns Fund established by our Conservative government. There’s more to politics than Brexit, and Redditch really needs this boost – so it was fantastic news to hear this […]
The Redditch Borough Council tenancy agreement is changing. Have a look & tell the council your views, by 16th September 2019. New updated clearer style All your rights and responsibilities Useful contacts And much more See ‘Housing Tenancy Conditions and Agreement’ at www.redditchbc.gov.uk/consultations
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I am unable to attend tomorrow’s PACT meeting at St. Andrew’s Church at 7.00pm, so I wanted to do a quick written update for local residents on the work I have been doing to tackle anti-social behaviour in Church Hill. To be precise, I’m referring to the kind of anti-social behaviour that involves groups of […]
Redditch Borough Council has been issued with a “Section 24 notice” by the Borough’s auditors. The Redditch Standard has the story.
Anti-social behaviour is something that comes up a lot in my surgeries and local neighbourhood meetings. It ranges from anti-social parking to more sinister acts, which are sometimes actually just plain criminality.
As a Councillor for the Conservative Party, I will have a vote in the upcoming leadership elections. As these are important elections that will decide on who the next Prime Minister will be for all of us I have decided to consult with local residents to see who they would like to see become our […]
I really enjoyed attending the Great Get Together Redditch 2019 on Saturday. This is an opportunity for the community and all parties across the political spectrum to get together and show there’s more that unites us than divides us.
On Thursday 20th June I spoke to the BBC News Channel about the Conservative Party leadership contest. Within minutes of me finishing the results of the final ballot amongst MPs was known and we were presented with what many of us saw coming – a Hunt vs Boris final.
CONSERVATIVE Councillors in Church Hill have offered to host meetings for residents affected by anti-social behaviour in the area.