Following an appeal from the leader of Bromsgrove Council to the Department of Health regarding hospital car parking charges, Cllr Geoff Denaro has received a response from Lord O’Shaughnessy, Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health, and has notified Council of his intent to continue pressing on the question of car parking affordability.
County and District councillor Karen May, a longstanding campaigner for resources for Bromsgrove, has secured a key agreement from the County Council and the Worcestershire LEP for a strategic traffic assessment to be undertaken for the north of the county. This is a vital step forward to improving Bromsgrove’s infrastructure needs.
Following the ongoing consultation about library services, local Hagley campaigner and Parish Councillor Kyle Daisley has written to Bromsgrove District Council to asked for a formal update about the future of Hagley’s library services.
At last night’s Council meeting (23rd Jan) councillors in Bromsgrove voted cross-party to look at ways to increase awareness of what to do when you or someone you know is faced with sudden homelessness.
At last night’s Council meeting (Jan 23rd) Bromsgrove District Council voted cross-party to adopt the Motor Neurone Disease Charter, an initiative from the Motor Neurone Disease Associationt that sets out a statement of the respect, care and support that people living with motor neurone disease (MND) and their carers deserve, and should expect.
Local councillors have welcomed the news that the long-awaited upgrades to Bromsgrove Station, bringing significant changes in connectivity between Bromsgrove, Redditch, Barnt Green and Birmingham, remain on track for a July completion.
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