Sometimes a ‘novel’ approach to campaigning can catch peoples eye more than the humdrum of the leaflet through the door or the odd social media comment. So is this the tactic the Green Party are using in Hullbridge? Titled as a ‘quiz’ it would appear more to be like a […]
World Autism Awareness Week 2019 is taking place between the 1st and 7th April. With World Autism Awareness Day also falling in the same week on Tuesday 2nd April, there is a large focus on the condition. The aim is to make the week bigger and better than ever with […]
Two applications have been submitted for EV charging points in Rayleigh. Location 1 is the Market car park nr the existing Council Offices and location 2 is just outside ‘Feathering your nest’ in the High St. Location 1 seems to be okay however Essex County County have objected the location […]
Watch out, there are reports on social media that there attempted thefts in the Downhall Park Way area. Remember to lock your doors and cars – keep keys in a faraday pouch like this one from Amazon. Follow some valuable advice here from Essex Police for keeping your vehicle safer.
PRESS RELEASE – Essex Liberal Democrat press release regarding today’s Extraordinary Full Council Meeting regarding Essex Libraries At today’s Extraordinary Full Council Meeting, the first in 25 years, a motion to protect all 74 Essex libraries was voted down. The debate was preceded by well-researched and thought-provoking questions which were […]
Friday 8th March marks the annual celebration of International Womenís Day. The theme for 2019 is “Balance for Better”. The theme encourages all to help build a gender balanced world. There is still a lot more to be achieved. From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting […]
Where: 110 Down Hall Road, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 9LT Outline Planning Application (with all matters reserved) for the Demolition of Existing Dwelling and Garage and Erection of 6 No. Flats See the full application here If you want to comment on application we hope you have better ‘luck’ than this […]
Next meeting is on 12th March at 1930 to discuss the Community Safety Partnership. More details on this meeting can be found here
Remember to Demand Batter…
We happened to be using Webster’s Way carpark today where no less than TWO of the payment machines were out of action. Other car park users felt similarly inconvenienced, more so when they discovered RDC collects over £1m revenue each year from car parks.
Read what our Lib Dem Cllr, James Newport has to say on what the District Councils economic development team thought when they attended a Rayleigh Town Council meeting recently. Read James’ blog post here – ‘Let’s talk shop’