Archive for Month: July 2018

  • Stapleford Lane trees

    Last week a resident contacted me to discuss whether anything can be done regarding the overgrown trees at the top of Stapleford/Toton lane (just passed Cleve Avenue) The good news is that county councillor, Eric Kerry had already raised this matter with VIA/Nottinghamshire county council. I’ve requested a work date and I’ll update you as soon…

  • Local plan part 2

    Many of you will be aware that Broxtowe’s local plan part 2 goes in front of the Jobs and Economy Committee tomorrow evening at 7pm.  As a member of the committee, I’m in favour of the plan as it provides a balance between the demand to build new homes and the need to retain heritage and…

  • Successful CAT meeting

    I was very impressed with the turnout at our CAT meeting on Thursday and the substance of it – thank you all for attending and raising your concerns. I’ve summarised some of the points below (concerns relating to specific individual cases have not been summarised): The relationship between residents and the local police team: residents raised…