I wanted to take time out from the by-election to reflect on our Medway Survey which was launched in the summer. Firstly, a big thank you to the hundreds of people who took the time to share their views – clearly there is far more feedback than I could cover in the column but I […]
Medway Council Archive
From April, 14,180 people in Medway will be affected, by an average of £233.48 a year.
In particular, Cllr Maple has raised concerns about the danger of Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs).
Medway has been awarded £14,029,901 government funding to move to weekly recycling collection.
Thousands of people in Medway face a higher bill for their Council Tax from next April.
Medway Labour are disappointed that the Conservative administration in Medway is still failing to secure needed pedestrian improvements for Darnley Arches in Strood.
Medway Labour are deeply concerned by the impact the localisation of Council Tax Benefit will have on Medway residents.
Labour believe this a last ditch attempt to stimulate growth, but one that ultimately misses the point.
Labour councillor Paul Godwin last night persuaded Medway’s Employment Matters committee to take a common sense approach to pay negotiations with staff.
Only three years after trying to close three popular local primary schools, Medway’s Conservative Cabinet approved proposals for the provision of new primary school places.
Medway Labour voted against the Conservative budget at last night’s Council meeting.
In these difficult times people want their political leaders to act with honesty and integrity – what we see tonight is a budget built on broken promises.