Crofton Liberal Democrats

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Candidates for Election

by Alex Brims on 13 April, 2018

Your  Liberal Democrat Candidates: Hill Head ward is Alex Brims Stubbington Ward is Jim Forrest Please see their about us pages to find out more: About  Alex Brims  – click to read election leaflet/address pdf About  Jim Forrest  – click to read election leaflet/address pdf See (and Like) our Facebook page @Lib Dems for Crofton

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26 new houses in Green Belt

by Alex Brims on 8 April, 2018

26 houses on Ranvilles Lane and Oakcroft Lane There has been a planning application for 26 houses on the land next to Ranvilles Lane and Oakcroft Lane near the Ark RSPCA centre. It is controversial as part of the land is on the site of the derelict Grange House and part of the land is in […]

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Our Policies

by Alex Brims on 14 April, 2018

Fareham Liberal Democrats Policy See our vision for the way your Council should be run, and the services it should provide. In summary: Housing We will promote the building of new homes, which actually serve local residents across all sectors of need, using Brownfield rather than Greenfield sites where possible. We will press for better […]

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Green Lib Dem News

by Alex Brims on 9 April, 2018

This is the weekly email digest of updates from Green Liberal Democrats. Thanks for your interest. Updates to the website last week (April 2, 2018 to April 8, 2018) Sunday, April 8, 2018 Vince Cable on internet regulation (Article) Garden waste contracts extended – Liberal Democrats welcome move (Article) Saturday, April 7, 2018 GLD Conference: Participation is the […]

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Hill Head Litter picking

by Alex Brims on 9 April, 2018

On Sunday 8th April there was a beach litter cleaning event along Hill Head beach as part of the Surfers Against Sewage campaign against plastic waste. Lisa Vincent who used to live in Stubbington arranged the event with support from many local organisations including Seafarers Sailing club, the local Coastguard, just to name a few.  Over a […]

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OLD Street – residents win first round

by Alex Brims on 8 April, 2018

Fareham’s Planning Committee threw out the proposal for 150 homes on farmland west of Old Street. This is an update to previous OLD Street stories: Planners said the development would seriously harm the landscape, appearance and function of the countryside. It would damage the integrity of the strategic gap and the physical and visual separation of […]

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Toilets for everyone

by Alex Brims on 8 April, 2018

 Crofton Lib Dems have asked Fareham Council to look at providing Changing Places Toilet for the most servilely disabled residents. A young child, if they are small enough, can be changed in a baby changing facilities, but a child of 5, or older, would be too big. Also, adults need help with say hoisting out […]

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Teen Shelter results

by Alex Brims on 7 April, 2018

Results are in from the consultation on a planned Teen Shelter in Stubbington Rec. More than 900 people took part, and the clear favourite design was Option 2 (the middle one in the picture below, with a circular bench.) Most respondents seemed to be in favour of a teen shelter. Some raised concerns including drugs/alcohol […]

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Sign up to the local Newsletter

by Alex Brims on 3 April, 2018

Sign up for the Crofton lib Dem Newsletter. The newsletter contains stories of what is happening in Stubbington & Hill Head as well as other stories we think would interest you.  We provide no more than 12 newsletters a year so you know we won’t bombard you with lots of emails. Sign up here We don’t […]

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8 ways Lib Dems are changing the world

by Alex Brims on 3 April, 2018

April 6, 2018 7:00 PM Originally published by UK Liberal Democrats 1. Working to end homelessness being criminalised. We’re really glad to see Layla Moran speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions today, calling for the repeal of the Vagrancy Act 1824. Homelessness is a huge issue in Sheffield and across the UK, and we are extremely disappointed […]

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