Articles tagged with: Braunstone Park and Rowley Fields

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[13/04/2017 | No comment]

On Wednesday 12th April 2017 I held a public meeting in New Parks with our local police and Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Lord Willy Bach. Local residents raised a range of concerns about crime and especially anti-social behaviour, which is making too many people’s lives a misery.

I am determined to make sure people’s views about these issues are heard loud and clear. If you are a constituent in Leicester West and are experiencing problems like this, please get in touch with my office on either by writing to 42 Narborough Road, Leicester, LE3 0BQ, via email at liz.kendall.mp {at} parliament(.)uk or phone on 0116 2044980.

[08/02/2016 | No comment]

Patchwalk

On Friday 5thFebruary I held a “patch walk” with local residents outside Braunstone Frith Primary School to take a look at the traffic and parking problems in the area. We were joined by the Head of Highways at Leicester City Council, the police and the school’s headteacher, Mrs Smith.

Local people and the school raised concerns about the congestion of buses and cars along Tatlow Road and Cuffling Drive during school pick up and drop off times and pavement parking. The Council have agreed to compile a plan for the area on how best to tackle the problem. I will continue to work with the Council and the school to make sure the area is safe for children and local residents.

If you have concerns about these issues, or would like to be kept updated on this issue, please do get in touch with my office either by writing to 42 Narborough Road, Leicester, LE3 0BQ, via email at liz.kendall.mp {at} parliament(.)uk or phone on 0116 2044980.

[14/08/2013 | No comment]

On Friday 23rd March 2012 I held a community drop-in at Holy Apostles in Braunstone Park and Rowley Fields Ward. I had written to over 500 local residents to invite them to meet me and discuss their concerns for the local area.

[14/08/2013 | No comment]

On Friday 29th June 2012 I held a community drop-in at the Cort Crescent Community Centre in Braunstone Parks and Rowley Fields Ward. I had written to over 500 local residents to invite them to meet me and discuss their concerns for the local area.

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