Archive for Month: December 2018

  • The last civic week of the year – no rest though

    That was the last week of the year with council meetings for me.  Policy & Resources Committee on Monday, full Council meeting on Tuesday and dinner at the House of Lords on Thursday – although that was nothing to do with council work – petty councillors have no luxury nor privilege. Apologies to all –…

  • Full Council meeting tonight

    Another busy week:  Policy & Resources Committee last night; full Council tonight (still wading through the speeches….)  The full council is meant to bring together all the committees’ work.  There is too much policking though.  Tonight we have a daft motion intended to get a headline but which is of no effect whatsoever.  (Brexit, obviously…

  • Neighbourhood Plan adopted!

    Thank you everyone who turned out to vote for the adoption of the Croxley Green Neighbourhood Plan.  It gives more teeth to the village’s priorities, and after all the hard work that went into it, I am pleased to see that the village has approved it. It was pointed out to me recently that calling…

  • Busy week, again

    A full week: Monday, working late; Tuesday, Croxley Green Local Area Forum (about which I wrote elsewhere); Wednesday, Leisure, Environment and Community Committee; Thursday, community safety briefing; Friday, trying to remind my family who I am. The Leisure etc etc  Committee received a report analysing the options for the William Penn Leisure Centre. Since then,…