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Homelessness on the Increase

by craigwhittall on 12 October, 2016

  Homelessness is on the increase in Milton Keynes and across the UK. In Milton Keynes there are currently (as at 10th October) 534 households, not individuals, who are homeless in Milton Keynes. That is roughly double the figure from just a year ago. These are in various types of temporary accommodation. Then on top […]

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Phone Box Closure Consultation

by craigwhittall on 11 October, 2016

BT are consulting on closing a number of pay phone boxes in Milton Keynes, including five in Newport Pagnell   As most people have mobile phones these days the use of pay phones has dropped by 90% in the last decade, and 98% of the country has either 3G or 4G coverage.   The five […]

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Trip Hazard Repaired

by craigwhittall on 6 October, 2016

  I spotted that one of the Anglian Water covers on the pavement in Hopton Grove, Newport Pagnell was broken and causing a trip hazard.   It has now been repaired.     Before and after photos above.  

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Gyosei Art Trail

by craigwhittall on 2 October, 2016

  Just South of Giffard Park along both sides of the Grand Union Canal is the Gyosei Art Trail. It’s well worth doing this walk and enjoying the art. You can get a guide from Great Linford Parish Council, who arranged the trail, to help you find them.

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Let there be light

by craigwhittall on 29 September, 2016

  As the dark nights descend upon us broken street lights will become more noticeable.   Milton Keynes Council no longer scout to look for street lights that are not working in residential streets, so please report any broken lights to the Focus Team with the number off the light and street name. Email [email protected]

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More Council Budget Cuts Ahead

by craigwhittall on 25 September, 2016

Over the last five years Milton Keynes Council has cut over £110M and 425 staff, but the Conservative Government is demanding more. The Council has to cut over £20M each year for the rest of this parliament, despite an increase in demand most notably in Adult Social Care due the fact that we are all […]

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The Liberal Democrats make By-Election gains

by Douglas McCall on 24 September, 2016

It is the Liberal Democrats that are making most Council by-election Gains since May 2016.

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Bury Street Double Yellow Lines

by craigwhittall on 22 September, 2016

  The double yellow lines in Bury Street at its junction with Silver Street were worn away, but The Focus Team got the Council to repaint them to ensure the narrow access from Silver Street was kept clear for drivers.

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Street name plates shock

by craigwhittall on 20 September, 2016

We have experienced delays of months and more when asking for broken and missing street name plates to be replaced and now we know why.   I discovered, after some detailed questioning of Council officers, that there is no money in the Council’s general budget for street signs although 200 have been reported missing or broken. […]

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Highlights of Tim Farron’s speech to the Lib Dem Conference

by Douglas McCall on 20 September, 2016

Today, Tim Farron delivered his leader’s speech to Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference in Brighton in it, he talked at length about where we, as a country go from here, about Brexit and the politics of fear, division and hate. He also spoke about the refugee crisis, the NHS and how we ensure it cares for […]

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