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Latest News

  • Jeremy Hilton and Declan Wilson prepare budget amendments 2020
    Article: Feb 25, 2020

    On Thursday, at the budget setting meeting, Liberal Democrats on Gloucester City Council will propose a suite of six budget amendments to the value of £356,000. There will be no additional cost to the taxpayer.

    The six projects being proposed will help support communities in Gloucester and improve the city's cultural offer.

  • Sarah Sawyer, Linda Castle and Ian Williams
    Article: Feb 13, 2020

    The Lib Dems are working with allotment holders on their plans to improve the Estcourt Close allotments.

    Initially the allotment committee wants to develop better facilities, such as toilets, an undercover communal rest area, a disabled parking area and improved wheelchair access.

    In the long-term the committee wants to introduce a communal growing tunnel, have storage for the hiring of machinery and develop and butterfly and bee garden.

  • Sebastian Field at Milton Avenue
    Article: Feb 10, 2020
    A Liberal Democrat councillor has welcomed the improvements due to take place in a part of Gloucester.
    Work is due to begin at the open space at Milton Avenue in Podsmead following the award of a share of a Euroean Structural Investment Fund grant.
    A total of £1.4 million will be spent on 13 sites across Gloucestershire, including Milton Avenue, to enhance biodiversity and encourage wildlife.
  • Jeremy Hilton in Oxford Road
    Article: Feb 7, 2020
    The county council's long-awaited review of on-street parking in Kingsholm is just about to start and should be completed by November this year.
    The first stage of the project will be a camera car survey this month to carried by contractors Atkins.
    This will take vehicle data to establish the occupancy, parking stress and demand on an area as well as duration of stay and generally how far people have travelled to park - are they local to area, the street, city or come from further away?
  • Sebastian Field in Grange Primary School'ss library
    Article: Feb 3, 2020

    A Liberal Democrat city councillor is delighted that the literacy project he has been shepherding has got off the ground in the last couple of weeks.

    Councillor Sebastian Field, who represents Podsmead Ward, has been working with Linda Cohen of Lilypad PR and staff at the Crypt School to organise the project.