Chaddesley Marcus is the Conservative County Councillor for Chaddesley Division on Worcestershire County Council. Chaddesley Division covers Chaddesley Village, Stone, Drayton, Rushock, Bluntington, Mustow Green, Blakedown, Churchill, Broome and the Spennells Estate.
Cllrs Tracey Onslow and Nathan Desmond are delighted to announce that a campaign to recommission the Waterfall on the Great Wall in Kidderminster has been successful and all the funding is now in place to enable this exciting project to happen.
Residents will be aware of the current proposal by the Health Concern/Green/Liberal Democrat/Independent Progressive Alliance led WFDC to remove the field adjacent to the railway station in Station Drive from the Green Belt and allocate this for 50 houses and a circa 170 space car park.
Conservative Group Leader, Cllr. Marcus Hart says, “We will be looking very carefully at the Progressive Alliance’s proposals when they say ‘Ambitious Plans to close the gap’. It looks clearly like a plan to ‘close more services’.
Tracey Onslow, St Johns County Councillor and Blakebrook and Habberley South District Councillor, wishes to highlight to residents that Wyre Forest District Council is currently consulting on the future of the Gainsborough Polling Station. This Consultation concerns residents who currently cast
Cookley and Caunsall's, local District Councillor, Lisa Jones, has been working with Operational Services regarding new road name signs within the villages of Cookley and Caunsall. The signs were extremely old and were in places illegible and were in desperate need to be replaced.
Churchill and Blakedown's local Wyre Forest Rural Councillor, Lisa Jones, and fellow Parish Cllr Gary James, armed with bin bags and litter sticks, litter picked down the beautiful country lanes of the Parish. Sadly too many people continue to discard of their rubbish in this anti social way. N
County Councillor Nathan Desmond is delighted to announce that a new cycle path is set to be built on Silverwoods, in Kidderminster as part of the Governments £250 million phase 1 Active Travel Fund for walking and cycling.
On August 18th Wyre Forest District Planning Committee met to discuss the planning application for a new development on the former Lloyds Garage Site in Bridge Street, overlooking the heritage site of Stourport Canal Basins, which the Council currently utilise as a car park.
Residents of Stourport are shocked and dismayed to discover that plans to develop the temporary car park site in Bridge Street, Stourport-on-Severn into short-term residential accommodation have been submitted by the Progressive Alliance-led Wyre Forest District Council (WFDC) and Public Sector P
Wyre Forest Rural Ward Councillors who represent Cookley, Ian Hardiman, Marcus Hart and Lisa Jones are pleased to say that the former Red Lion PH site, more recently a convenience store has now not only received planning consent for 6 x1 bedroom flats but most recently consent for a pair of semi