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Denise Lloyd

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  1. Well will you just look at that Breaking news: Harry Bramer and Brian Wilcox both lose seats.
  2. Hampton Elected Mr Harrington, John Dennis, It's Our County Independent Organised Capable. Turnout 38.44% Mr Baker, Bruce Allen, The Conservative Party Candidate. Votes 468 Mr Harrington, John Dennis, It's Our County Independent Organised Capable. Votes 611 Well done John
  3. Independent Bernard Hunt wins Newton Farm with just 171 votes. The turn out was a tiny 18.6% in the Hereford seat. Other candidates included Jacqueline Carwardine (Lib Dem 147), Labour's Margy Whalley (101), Glenda Powell (92) and Jeremy Chapman (Conservative 43). Snap!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. Phil Cutter speaking out https://www.herefordtimes.com/news/17608363.controversial-housing-plan-face-rejection/now
  5. https://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/tories-in-freefall-as-councillors-say-they-have-given-up-canvassing/29/04/?fbclid=IwAR32XcvFVcW-v7cZ1TUkdhNEBwU2t1bxTR-IEDd7utAGsITqm5wM2PzIOyY A very good reason to make that effort and vote
  6. Balfour Beatty and Laing O'Rourke chucked off Prompt Payment Code Pair joined by Interserve, Costain and Persimmon in being named and shamed by government I will just post this here is BB another large group to watch and handle with care?
  7. Ah but will they still be the great and the good after this week?
  8. For all that you say I will not be voting in the EU elections - I did not last time and it made no difference to the country so it will not make any difference this time! As Tom Smith said this is about local Council elections and an attempt to get the right ones in for the good of the county
  9. I think I have spoken to more people that have said they are not voting than ones that are voting. I will vote purely and simply in an attempt to get the Cons out of Hereford - time for a change. I will never forgive them for selling the Council farms and many other sins they have committed. Cambo the likes of John Harrington have put so much effort into this campaign and by not voting you are giving your vote to the Cons. With this apathy we are going to get the Cons back in! Think more local than national at this present moment in time! Having preached about voting I will definitely not be voting in the EU elections
  10. Yet another fly tipping case brought to the courts http://www.herefordtimes.com/news/17599335.fly-tipping-family-must-pay-more-than-1000/?action=bulletin_click&sent_id=822651069&secret=772875&ref=ebln and another fly tipping incidence into the River Wye near to Bredwardine. This is all costing us the tax payer a small fortune. It is a great shame that the Council cannot set up a register of legit "scrap people" who have permits. The Council issue the permits so they have all the info to hand. Many people are innocently handing over money to these scoundrels to take their rubbish away and then it is being fly tipped in the countryside. Like a lot of other issues in Herefordshire this is becoming a ridiculous situation.
  11. Very sorry to hear about your Dad - tough old times. But glad to hear you are very busy at work more tax being paid into the coffers to keep me in my pension - goodie
  12. Goodnight Joe Grundy you were always a good one. Sleep tight. For those not in the know he was a main character in The Archers!
  13. Have not heard from Ragwert lately has he left the room?
  14. atm63 best vote this time then. Not voting is giving your vote to the Cons!
  15. NumberP131390/O NumberP131391/F I think you will find that these are the planning apps that you are referring to. You can find either by following this link https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200142/planning_services/planning_application_search Jesse Norman has quite often stated that he does not get involved in local planning matters so I would not hold out too much hope for assistance from him. The best hope of getting a local councillor involved is to collar the next prospective candidate. They love a challenge!
  16. Somebody might like to ask a Con candidate about the Blind College - Council spends £6.25m on campus purchase You are viewing content from Sunshine Radio Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. Would you like to make this your preferred location? News Home More from Local News Monday, April 15th, 2019 6:51pm By Carmelo Garcia - Local Democracy Reporter Share on Facebook Share on Messenger Share on Twitter The total cost to local taxpayers to help rescue the struggling college for the blind in Hereford amounts to more than £6m. Herefordshire Council’s contracts and assets cabinet member Harry Bramer made the decision in February to spend £5,395,000 on purchasing the Royal National College of the Blind’s southern campus. The total capital cost amounts to £6.25m which included stamp duty, land tax and other purchase costs of £635,000. Extra costs to cover legal valuation, project management consultant fees and contingency costs are anticipated to total £220,000. Council officers say the project finance will be drawn from the development partnership capital programme bringing forward budget allocated for 2019/20. This is funded from capital receipts reserve. They also say that the RNCB will continue to occupy some of the buildings in the very short term with the view to moving their entire provision to the northern campus by 2020. Hereford College of Arts occupies the main building on the site while having access to other areas and will remain in the building for the long term providing an income stream to the council. The council will be considering growth opportunities with its development partner in the near future and will continue discussions with its key education partners. Chris Jenner, technical services acting assistant director, said in a report: “In the short term the property provides an income stream for the council under an existing lease to the Herefordshire Arts College which is due to expire in 2023. “This income could be deposited in a sinking fund to cover liabilities. “There is potential to increase the income stream through further letting of accommodation to the RNCB, effectively a sale and leaseback arrangement in the short term.” The site comprises a number of buildings including a grade II listed red brick Victorian building which is currently used by the arts college under a lease. Other buildings vary in age and use and includes a café. The property has parking areas at different locations across the site. The proposal was circulated to all political groups at Shirehall but no comments or questions were received leading up to the decision.
  17. This from Jim Kenyon Jim Kenyon for Hereford & Herefordshire South 8 hrs · Kath has worked with me in the Tupsley ward for the last 4 years she is hard working intelligent and trustworthy, she is standing in the College ward for the county council please if you live in the area Vote for her if you don’t tell a friend who does if you need another reason to vote for her when she wins she will knock out an absolute idiot of a Tory who is quite possibly the most self serving prat I have ever met “and I’ve known a few”
  18. She wanted no lusted after the post of Prime Minister apparently since her Uni days when she proudly announced she would be PM one day - heavy is the cross and all that. Nobody knows just how many people she had to stab to get that job. They are all as bad as each other.
  19. https://t.co/1jX5hcDU2u NEWS: County council bosses say they are reviewing the status of a dangerous building in #Hereford.
  20. Could be coincidence but surprise HT have this now - they should pay you Megielland a consultancy fee!
  21. https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/downloads/download/1969/statement_of_persons_nominated_-_district Here's the list then
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