Glass panels installed in some of the Robin Hood Way bus shelters;
Improvements to the Memorial Gardens in time for Remembrance Sunday;
The Parks Manager has announced a plan with a city based architectural practice to renovate the Cricket Pavilion;
Plan to provide a new zebra crossing on Meadows Way to the east of Lammas Gardens;
Significant action by Police on tackling crime and ASB;
Police have had to work on around 5 out of the ordinary incidents, on some of which progress has been made;
The most bizarre mass inspection of secondary schools (Graham Allen MP has called them a blitzkrieg) has taken place and results are due on Dec 11th; Nottingham Post have also expressed concern;
Arkwright Street tram works have slipped a few days;
Medium term concern remains money in people’s pockets; Meadows Advice Group raising significant extra amounts of social security for those in need.
Medium term concern for public services including cuts to City Council’s budget and a range of problems developing in the NHS.
708 matters have been logged for chasing (drawing from conversations, comments at meetings, phone calls, letters, e-mails, Facebook, Twitter and public comment) since October 20th, 2011.
Monthly report available at – https://michaelmedwards.wordpress.com/2013/11/30/bridge-ward-monthly-report-26/ .
And there is further reading available at –
– http://www.michaelmedwards.wordpress.com (my photo-journal)
– http://www.labourblogs.com/public-blog/michaeledwards/ (my blog / journal)
– https://email@example.com (my high-level ward calendar)
Twitter account – @BridgeCllrMike
Facebook account – me4sd