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West Worcestershire Liberal Democrats

  • Cllrs Kaleem Aksar and Neville Mills meet with local residents to promote their parking petition
    Article: Aug 21, 2020

    Liberal Democrat District Councillors Kaleem Aksar and Neville Mills are calling on Worcestershire County Council to fix the parking chaos on Redland Road and Cromwell Road in Malvern Link. They have launched a petition to tackle this issue.

    These roads are becoming increasingly overcrowded by parked cars using local services in Malvern Link. As a result, residents are finding it difficult to park near their homes or even find a space at all.

  • Article: Aug 18, 2020
    By Christian Barnett in Malvern Gazette

    Changes to the planning system could see the county's countryside ruined by allowing thousands of new homes to be built in a developer 'free for all', a councillor has warned. As part of sweeping changes to the planning system revealed by the Government earlier this month, councils may have to use a new method for calculating the number of new homes it will need to build in the future.

  • Letter front page
    Article: Aug 17, 2020
    By Dan Boatright

    Town and District Councillor for Pershore Dan Boatright (who is also a teacher in a sixth form college) has written to West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin to request that she supports using the predictions of our hard working teachers. Students need to be given the results that reflect what their schools have seen, not what a computer predicts.

  • Article: Jul 21, 2020
    By Christian Barnett in Malvern Gazette

    A plan to build more homes on green space in Malvern has been rejected again by the council.

    Malvern Hills District Council rejected a Fortis Living plan to build another 21 homes on land off Pickersleigh Grove in Malvern having rejected a similar plan for 23 homes earlier this year. The homes would have been built next to 92 already-approved homes which are nearing completion.

  • letter
    Article: May 24, 2020
    By Dan Boatright

    I am sure many of you have found yourselves confused and somewhat frustrated by the recent revelations that Dominic Cummings visited his family, while experiencing symptoms, in County Durham. We have sent the following letter to our MP, Harriet Baldwin, to voice our concerns and ask for support in calling for his resignation.