Petition: Mar 26, 2022
We petition Derby City Council to extend the 30mph speed limit for the full length of Station Road and both ways along Radbourne Lane to the city boundary.
- With the opening of Hackwood Primary this is a walking route to school for those not living on Hackwood Farm estate
- With residence and road accesses on both sides of the road this is now an urban area that needs a lower speed for safety
- Limiting the speed of traffic will encourage pedestrian usage of the paths rather than feeling obliged to drive.
Document: Mar 17, 2022964.94 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document
March 2022 edition of the Littleover Focus. Includes articles on:
- War in Ukraine
- Council budget 2022/23
- CCTV in Taxis (consultation)
- BSL accepted as official UK language
- Changes to Highway code
- Cutting down on speeding
- Clemson's park arboretum
- Safe Havens for schools
Document: Mar 17, 202230.64 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document
New style March 2022 Focus for Mickleover
Ukraine invasion means council pension fund must sell any investment in Russian companies say Lib DemsArticle: Mar 5, 2022By Derby Liberal Democrats
Following the horrific news of Russia invading Ukraine, Liberal Democrat Council Group Leader Ruth Skelton has written to Councillor Poulter to ask that its pension fund divest any shareholing it may have in companies that have invested in Russia.
"In common with so many other local people, I am sickened by what is happening on the streets of Ukraine and our own pension fund should make its feelings clear by divesting any assets it may hold in companies with Russian investments.
Petition: Feb 28, 2022
We are prepared to help, to feed or accomodate Ukranian refugees. When the refugees arrive please contact me.
Survey: Feb 24, 20225 questions
Over the last 50 years the old Mickleover village has expanded and continues to be built on, in and around it. What changes and improvements would you like to see to make Mickleover the best community to live in Derby?
Petition: Feb 23, 2022
Derby City Council has been given £1.4m to address financial hardship in the city, and almost £600k is still to be distributed, what is not distributed by end of March 2022 has to be returned to the government.
Derby Council have been less generous and applies more restrictive qualifications for the support grants than some other councils.
Survey: Feb 23, 20224 questions
Please as a minimum update your postcode and email so that we only let you know of things that are relevant to where you live
Document: Feb 22, 2022550.48 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document
There are so many things going on in Littleover ward that an additional electronic focus has been produced.
Includes articles on:
Eastwood Drive consultation
Planing 200 trees
Tidying up the neighbourhoods
Jackson Avenue resurfacing
Cut back your hedges
Cost of energy and £150 rebate
Other short items: Phone mast; walking routes; Briarfield Way pelican; Manor Kingsway routes; gentle exercise classes; trees for Derby; litter bin sensors, hell brook bridges; Children's homes; Uttoxeter Road speed limit
Survey: Feb 18, 20222 questions
There is a proposal from developers to build 500 to 600 houses on the old argricultural land to the West of Primula Way, which will be in the South Derbyshire district Council area right on the Derby City boundary. Key points:
- 30% affordable housing with a mixture of housing types and sizes
- Main vehicle access via Primula Way
- Provision of footpaths on site
- Includes a play area with equipment for play