We store cookies on your device to make sure we give you the best experience on this website. I'm fine with this - Turn cookies off
Switch to an accessible version of this website which is easier to read. (requires cookies)

Rayleigh Liberal Democrats

Problems reported in Rayleigh

  • Article: Mar 22, 2022

    APPLICATION NUMBER 21/01331/FUL CIVIC SUITE, NO. 2 HOCKLEY ROAD, RAYLEIGH, SS6 8EB PART DEMOLITION AND CONVERSION OF EXISTING BUILDING TO FORM 302 SQUARE METRES OF OFFICE ACCOMODATION (CLASS E (C) AND (G)) AND ERECTION OF NEW BUILDINGS TO CREATE 12 NEW HOMES (APARTMENT BLOCK CONSISTING OF 1NO. ONE BED, 8NO. TWO BED UNITS AND 3 TOWNHOUSES) WITH ASSOCIATED PARKING, AMENITY SPACE, LANDSCAPING, NEW PEDESTRIAN

  • Dentist Numbers
    Article: Mar 17, 2022

    Lib Dem JAMES NEWPORT calls for action to improve access to NHS dentists in Rayleigh

    Shocking new figures have revealed that nearly 1,000 dentists across England have left the profession in the past year.

    The Liberal Democrats are calling on the Government to do more to stop the decline in dentist numbers - and help people across the country access an NHS dentist.

  • SAVE MILL HALL ACV
    Article: Mar 11, 2022

    The Save Mill Hall Campaigners have stepped up the pressure on Rochford District Council as it announces its nomination of Mill Hall as a Community Value. Rayleigh Liberal Democrats have outright opposed the asset-stripping of our community facilities since the conception of the 'Asset Delivery Programme' by Rochford District Council. We offer our full backing to this nomination by Save Mill Hall Campaign group.

  • Cllr James Newport, Cllr Elizabeth Brewer, Cllr Jim Cripps
    Article: Mar 4, 2022

    Lib Dems in Rayleigh are celebrating after winning three by-elections in one day.

    James Newport won the Rayleigh North Essex County Council Division with a massively increased majority. Jim Cripps won the Downhall & Rawreth District Council seat and Elizabeth Brewer won the Rayleigh Grange Town Council seat.

  • Budget
    Article: Feb 23, 2022

    Chelmsford City Council has approved a budget for 2022-23. The plans from the Lib Dem-led Council aim to maintain essential services and protect vulnerable residents, as well as taking action on climate change, affordable homes and a more-connected city, as promised in the Council's "Our Chelmsford, Our Plan".