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Scandal of 800 Empty Homes in Gloucester

February 2018

Nearly 800 homes in Gloucester are empty, research by the Liberal Democrats has revealed. The figures, uncovered through Freedom of Information requests  

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A local man born in Gloucester, Jeremy has 25 years of public service as a local councillor behind him.

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Tory County Council Failing to Tackle Pothole Menance

February 2018

The Liberal Democrats have declared an all out war on potholes in Gloucester.Councillors have had enough of the numbers of potholes on our city’s roads….  

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Gloucester City Council Approves Lib Dem Motion on GWR Franchise

February 2018

Gloucester City Council has agreed to make submissions on the future of the Great Western Railway franchise following an intervention by Lib Dem Councillor Emily Ryall.

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Time to sack Amey and bring the streetcare service back in-house

February 2018

Liberal Democrats have called for an early end of the council’s streetcare contract with Amey PLC.

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Calls for Transperancy on Plans for A417 “Missing Link”

February 2018

Liberal Democrat County group leader Paul Hodgkinson, Cheltenham Borough Council leader Steve Jordan and Cheltenham parliamentary candidate Max Wilkinson are making a series of demands over the project.

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