At a public meeting last night, leading campaigners from the Preston Traffic and Safety Group described the work done so far in their 3-year long campaign. And then raised the question with the 30-strong audience; “Where do we go from here?”
PRESTON traffic campaigners are holding a Public Meeting to consider next steps. Meanwhile, the Conservative Group have issued a statement.
THE BOUNDARY REVIEW of Parliamentary constituencies announced yesterday has provoked strong reactions, particularly from MP Graham Stuart and local South West Holderness Councillors.
ERYC PLANNING COMMITTEE approved the first steps yesterday towards the eventual development of the Humber International Enterprise Park.
The numbers presented here are a few of those quoted in the opening remarks of those speaking in the Hedon Haven development planning application debate. Some you will recognise, others perhaps not!?
“We’ve got to ‘think big’,” argued the councillor “rather than tinker about at the edges, we should back a proposal that is going to make a significant difference to parking in the area.”
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Elections 2015 South West Holderness – Results: Elected Councillors: John Dennis (Con) 3,062 Mike Bryan (Con) 2,704, Sue Steel (Con) 2,368, Not Elected: Neil Black (Lab) 2,190, Terry West (UKIP) 2,108, Steve Gallant (Lab) 1,987, Brian Stockdale (Lab) 1,815, Sarah Rommell (Ind) 775 […]