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Archive for the ‘Environment’ Category

Greenhill Farm appeal gives permission to Gladman.

by michaelwyatt on 5 January, 2016

Cllr Michael Wyatt has received the decision today from the planning inspector concerning the application for 180 houses on the Greenhill farm site off Greenhill Road. Permission as been granted to the developer. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “I’m absolutely gutted that the planning inspector as allowed this development to go through. Obviously local councils and local residents […]

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Tories do u-turn over grass cutting review

by michaelwyatt on 30 September, 2015

The Liberal Democrats have welcomed the grass cutting u-turn from the Tories, but blasted the Tories for not listening sooner. Cllr Michael Wyatt said: “Months ago we called for the Tories to review the grass cutting service. There was huge public concern, and doing shoddy work then paying extra to re-do it obviously wasn’t an […]

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Wyatt gets grass cutting investigation.

by michaelwyatt on 10 June, 2015

Local Councillor Michael Wyatt has raised local grass cutting issues with senior officers at Leicestershire County Council who have agreed to investigate. There have been dozens of complaints with the level of service, especially in the Greenhill, Castle Rock and Whitwick area. Discussions with officers have revealed that the majority of complaints have come from residents in […]

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Cleaning up Labour’s mess in Coalville West.

by michaelwyatt on 28 January, 2015

  Thank you to the residents who contacted us concerning the mess near the clock tower. We are delighted to report the rubbish was taken away the day after we reported it to the council. If anyone sees anymore rubbish dumped, which is making our area untidy then let us know and we will do […]

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Mantle Lane Bridge is it safe?

by michaelwyatt on 4 December, 2014

Liberal Democrat County Councillor Michael Wyatt has contacted Network Rail and the Council over the state of the Mantle Lane Bridge in Coalville, which is one of the main gateways into the Town. Councillor Michael Wyatt said, “The bridge and the wall connected to the bridge is in a real state of disrepair. Network rail and the […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt and Lesley Bowler have handed in a petition against the Tiverton Avenue planning application for 240 houses. Lesley Bowler said, “We have submitted a petition signed by local residents to the planning officers urging them to object to this application, which will destroy another part of our green wedge, which we must […]

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Liberal Democrat County Councillor Michael Wyatt and local resident Tim Sporne delivered a 350 signed petition calling on the Council planners to object to the planning application for 250 additional houses off Broom Leys Road. Local resident Tim Sporne said, “I have been working closely with Councillor Wyatt, campaigning against the plans for 250 additional […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt did it again yesterday by delivering on his promise to stop the Gladman Application for 180 new houses off Greenhill Road. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “I am delighted that the decision was to reject the application. I was determined to get an unanimous vote against this application, and we achieved it. It was […]

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The Liberal Democrat Team in Coalville East have been working hard to help improve the area with real results after the Council agreed to clean up one of the area’s off Devana Avenue after Cllr Michael Wyatt contacted them to see if they could clean up the footpath and install a new seat. Cllr Wyatt said, “It’s […]

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  Lesley Bowler local resident and Liberal Democrat campaigner for the Broom Leys area has condemned the decision by a developer to submit a planning application for 240 new houses off Tiverton Avenue, which is part of the local green wedge. Currently there are applications being considered at the District Council on land off Broom Leys […]

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