Readers of the Blog will be aware of the fact that back in November last year, after a 12 month battle the Council granted a gating order to close off the footway between Bradman Road and Wastdale in order to deter crime and anti-social behaviour in the area. In the last five months the Council has seemed to do everything it could to get out of installing these gates, this culminated in a very strong exchange of words between me and Council officers. Finally after banging heads together the Council has finally agreed to get on with the job. You can read the Head of Laws email to me confirming that by clicking HERE Its been a long hard struggle but thankfully common sense has prevailed.
Tonight I was with the Action Team in Saughall Massie. Seven of us were knocking on Doors on behalf of Leah Fraser, Simon Mountney and the local Conservatives. We called on homes in Elm Avenue, Evergreen Close, Oak Avenue, Beech Avenue, Jasmine Close and Ladybower Close. The response was absolutely tremendous, with former Labour voters telling us that they would be voting Conservative next time round, Angela, Angela who, they said, she’s history! We picked up quite a few local issues, speeding traffic, anti-social behaviour, roads and pavements etc. Simon will be dealing with the issues over the next few days. Thanks to everyone who opened their doors to us, your views really do matter. Time for Change.
The Area Forum for Moreton, Leasowe and Saughall Massie is being held tomorrow evening at the Community Centre in Maryland Lane. The forum commences at 7pm and as well as having updates on Streetscene, PCT, Police etc, we have an Enviormental Health Officer coming along to explain the Council’s Policy, (or lack of) on ferral Pigeons. Why not come along this is an opportunity to have your voice heard. I hope to see lots of people there