County Councillor for Wribbenhall (& Cookley/Wolverley) Ian Hardiman is very pleased to report that the County Council’s Conservative Cabinet have published their 2020/21 Budget proposals which include a commitment to contribute £0.5 million towards the emerging Environment Agency’s Flood Res
Cllr Ian Hardiman is waiting further information from the Cabinet Member responsible, regarding the availability of trees for planting in this County Council owned field. This is a Government initiative for which Ian has been asked to involve local schools to provide an opportunity to monitor gro
Cllr Ian Hardiman is awaiting clarification from the County Council on a Scheme which will enable each Local County Councillor to administer an allocation of funding for locations affected by flooding within their division.
Following Bewdley Town Council’s survey of all benches in Bewdley and Wribbenhall, County Councillor Ian Hardiman received a list of local benches, owned by the County Council, together with a report of their condition. Ian has asked County Highways to attend to these benches and carry out any
At the invitation of Wolverley Secondary School Head Teacher, County Councillor Ian Hardiman, accompanied by the County Highways Engineer visited the school. The Head raised concerns for the safety of pupils whilst walking to and from the school. Specific concerns are held regarding traffic warn
Residents of the closed area of Shaw Hedge Road notified County Councillor Ian Hardiman that the pavement there, which is of slabs construction, is much overgrown by weeds and is uneven causing a trip hazard!