Survey: Jul 30, 202242 questions
HELP US GET A BETTER DEAL FOR DERBY.
This Conservative Government has lost touch with the difficulties you and I face on a daily basis. Local people are worried about what the future holds for our country and our community.
The cost of living emergency is devastating and only likely to get worse. Crime is on the rise. NHS waiting times have never been higher.
Meanwhile, the Conservatives have been fighting amongst themselves rather than standing up for Derby.
We deserve much better than this. It's time for real change and a new direction.
Document: Jul 30, 20221.2 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document
Mickleover August Focus to thank people for voting for Nick
- Station Road water leak
- Ward boundaries changing
- More doctors needed
- Fibre Broadband installation
- Focus team successes and things that have been fixed
- city centre consultation
- Hedges and keeping footpaths clear
- Cost of living crisis created by the Tory government
- Urban forest decision
- Vote for Derby to be the home of GB Railways
- Neighbourhood forum
- Getting bins emptied
- Where is the promised bridge?
Document: Jul 26, 20221.18 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document
Littleover and Heatherton Focus including updates on work around the area, including:
Litter - cleanup and litterpick days; more litter bins; getting bins emptied before they overflow
Urban Forest - the trees that have appeared in Derby marketplace
New ward boundaries are coming - your last chance to have your say
Fibre Broadband being installed across the area in the next few months
Getting out of Aldi safely - update on road entrance
More benches - enjoy your day out in the sun
And much more: Climate action plan; Bus shelters; new Care home on Burton Road; Electric scooters
Petition: Jul 26, 2022
Under the planning agreement for the Hackwood estate, after the first 300 houses have been sold a bridge was to be built over the cycle greenway to link the estate through to Ladybank Road.
We call on Derby City Council to get the developers to fulfill the planning commitments and build the foot and cycling bridge to link Hackwood to Ladybank Road.
Document: Jun 6, 2022823.85 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document
Thank you for re-electing Lucy Care as councillor for Littleover and Heatherton. This will only be for a year as boundary changes are proposed, which will mean all councillors will be up for election next year. . Join in the consultation at: Have your say on a new political map for Derby City Council | LGBCE Site Do send in any comments, both in support of the proposal or with suggestions. If the only comments are for changes, then changes may well be included in the final version.
Neighbourhood Forum on Monday 6th June 7pm at Grange Hall
Update on Hell Brook bridges
Get a new GP surgery
New seats, litter bins, and benches
St Peter's safe haven
Clothing banks near co-op
Prince William Drive rat run
Havenbaulk dentist planning application
Black bin and recycling in Derby compared to other councils
Article: May 25, 2022By Derby Liberal Democrats
Today, in Derby, Starmer's Labour councillors allowed Boris Johnson's Tories to take leadership of Derby City Council. At the City Council's AGM Tory and Labour councillors voted together to give themselves key positions of power in the Council.
Despite the Conservatives having only 18 seats, just over a third of the councillors, they have been given control of the majority of Council decisions with all the seats on the Cabinet. They have also gave key chairs and vice chair positions on Scrutiny Boards and Regulatory Committees (Planning and Licensing) to Conservatives - making it easier for the Conservatives to 'mark their own homework'.
Petition: May 18, 2022
We ask Derby City Council to install a crossing on Ladybank road near the silverhill shops.
Document: May 2, 2022459.99 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document
Frank Harwood for a fairer Oakwood
Many of you will know me from my time serving you and the Oakwood community as a councillor and former Mayor of Derby. On May 5th this year I am asking you for your vote so that I may return to Derby City Council and resume working hard for you and your families.
Document: May 2, 2022794.81 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document
Speed limit on Station Road - safety near Hackwood Schools Parking Doctors surgery needed to serve Hackwood Litter and keeping the area tidy Play area still not open Sewage smell Should the bus route be extended to Hackwood?
Document: Apr 26, 2022397.87 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document
Nick has been active in Mickleover getting things done. Vote for Nick on 5th May and help him improve and drive investment into Mickleover.
We have had enough of the Tory lies over Covid, partygate and more. Taxes and living costs are rising so that many are having to choose between heating and eating. The Tory run council also knows how to waste your money.