WE seem to be talking about active travel more than ever – and this is great as we look to build back greener here in Redditch and across the UK. During the lockdown we saw massive increases in people walking and cycling. This appetite for active travel must be built on. We just can’t go […]
Schools and colleges across England will start to welcome back pupils with protective measures in place to help keep young people and staff safe.
Local Conservatives have welcomed a further step forward in their vision for an improved train station for Redditch today with the announcement of an additional £1m funding from central government to help kick-start the scheme. The ‘Getting Building Fund’ was announced as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ style response to the economic […]
The regeneration of Redditch is an opportunity for our town to become a more positive place to live, run a business and/or raise a family. Details of all the various schemes can be found here on the NWEDR website here: http://www.nwedr.org.uk/invest/major-projects/redditch/ Once you’ve taken a look and had a think about the future of our […]
Redditch Conservatives have launched their latest survey to help them ensure they continue to deliver on the priorities that are important to the people of Redditch during 2020 and beyond. The survey, which takes around 20 minutes to complete, asks a range of multiple choice and freeform questions to enable residents to let the party […]
Members are invited to attend a Special General Meeting of the Headless Cross & Oakenshaw branch as follows: Date: Friday 24 January 2020Time: 6.30pmLocation: Faraday Business Centre, Windsor Road, B97 6DJ Parking is available at the front or side of the building. Access is via the front door – please ring the doorbell on the […]
Redditch Conservatives, as the party in political control of Redditch Borough Council, is committed to the voluntary and community sector in Redditch, which does fantastic work for the people of our Borough. It is true the long term finances of Redditch Borough Council must be secured, which is under a Section 24 notice following years […]
Rachel Maclean MP has written to Sajid Javid, the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, to ask him to list the Alex in Redditch and the Worcestershire Royal on the list of 20 hospital upgrades announced by new Prime Minister Boris Johnson. A copy of the letter from Rachel to Sajid is below.