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Sunday 22 June 2014

Bollards to be erected to stop dangerous parking


Willaston and Rope Ward UKIP Councillor Brian Silvester has been campaigning for a long while to get action to stop dangerous parking at the junction of Meadow Close and Wistaston Road,Willaston Brian said, " The developers of Meadow View have now instructed contractors to erect bollards on the grassed area on the left hand side of the road as you drive in.(See below)This will physically stop the double parking at the junction,which makes it impossible for emergency vehicles and other vehicles from gaining access. Also I have had confirmation that Meadow View will be adopted by the Council in the matter of weeks.This will mean that it will come under the control of the Council so further improvements should be easier to achieve.

I am also pleased that, after a request from me, the overgrown grassed areas in the cul de sac have been cut by the Council."

Best wishes

Brian Silvester
Cllr Brian Silvester BA (Hons)

Willaston and Rope Ward UKIP Councillor

Cheshire East Council

11 Rimsdale Close



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From: SKATES, Simon
Sent: 20 June 2014 15:21
To: SILVESTER, Brian (Councillor)
Subject: Meadow View

Dear Brian

I have received confirmation form Thomas Jones and sons that they are contacting their contractors and will let me know a date for installation of the bollards on Meadow View.

Formal adoption will be relatively quick on this site and should be concluded within 5 – 8 weeks of final approval following the installation.

I hope this helps.

Kind regards

Simon Skates

Principal Development Engineer

Call to fly the Cheshire County Flag in Cheshire East

Willaston and Rope Ward UKIP Councillor Brian Silvester is calling on Cheshire East Council (CEC) to periodically fly the Cheshire County Flag over its Council buildings

He said," We should be proud that we live in a geat historic County like Cheshire which dates back to 38,000 BC

I am amazed that CEC does not fly the County flag at all.(See below) At times the County flag is flown over the Department of the Environment buiding in London alongside the Union Jack. To celebrate the important place counties play in the nation’s cultural heritage Secretary of State for the Environment, Eric Pickles has asked that English county standards be flown alongside the Union Flag outside DCLG’s Eland House headquarters in Victoria, London

It is bizarre and perverse that the Cheshire County flag is flown in our capital city but not in Cheshire itself. We should be doing everything we  can to promote our historic, beautiful, rural County. Most people have a good impression of Cheshire as a place to live, work and visit. We should be proud of our County and take every opportunity to bring it to the attention to everybody far and wide."

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