Local News

Paul stands up for Eye residents on over-development

Peterborough Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Paul Bristow has written to the Council objecting to a 300 home development in Eye, branding it "overdevelopment of the site, which prevents sufficient open space from being incorporated and would have a significant impact on the village."

Tackling fly-tipping in our city

We need stronger action on fly-tipping that blights parts of our city, like on Norwoord Lane. My plan for Peterborough will see stricter fines, more enforcement and new CCTV to catch fly-tippers and make sure offenders don’t get away with making our city a dumping ground.

Delivering the homes local people need

By working with developers we can make sure that any new housing that is built works for our community. Homes need to be built in sites where there are schools, GP surgeries, public transport and the right roads in place.

Meeting with Mayor James Palmer

It was great to welcome Mayor of Peterborough and Cambridgeshire James Palmer to discuss the university, infrastructure projects and my plan for our City

Westwood Residents Association

Lots of issues discussed today at the Westwood Residents Association Peterborough - went along with our excellent Ravensthorpe councillor Gul Nawaz and election candidate Angie Fenner

Protecting Taxi Drivers

How can we protect taxi drivers in Peterborough from crime?

I attended a meeting with taxi drivers organised by our Central Ward Candidate Khazar Sulemen with the Police to discuss this. 

Eye Parish Council

Interesting evening attending Eye Parish Council, Peterborough learning about village issues and meeting local people with Cllr Steve Allen, Cllr Richard Brown and Cllr Nigel Simons - thrilled to see the Blue Boar Pub have a new football club for the village

 

Coffee Morning at the Pyramid Centre

Excellent coffee morning at the Pyramid Centre Bretton Peterborough with local councillor Cllr Scott Warren.

Talking to local residents about all sorts of issues. What can we do to make Bretton an even better place to live and work?