Trading Standards Service - Vital say Lib Dems

County councillors will debate the future of Gloucestershire’s Trading Standards service when they meet on the 4th of September. Liberal Democrat councillors have lodged a motion calling for the services to be protected, if possible, from further cuts.

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‘UBB Incinerator Contract Should Have Never Been Signed’ says Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats across the county were delighted when in March this year Gloucestershire County Council’s Planning Committee refused planning permission for a waste-burning incinerator at Javelin Park.

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Freeze parking charges say Lib Dems

Liberal Democrats have called for a freeze in the cost of on-street car parking charges across Gloucestershire for the next four years and also requested that the annual cost of residents’ parking permits be cut by £30.

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Call for cash injection into roads

Liberal Democrats are calling for a big investment in Gloucestershire’s roads to sort out the potholes which have plagued the area.

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Liberal Democrat Statement on Surface Dressing

Statement made by Liberal Democrat County Leader Cllr. Colin Hay:

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Gloucestershire County Council will defend the decision to refuse planning permission for waste incinerator

Gloucestershire County Council will vigorously defend the decision to refuse planning permission for a massive waste incinerator at Javelin Park, Gloucester. This is the outcome of a debate led by Liberal Democrat Cllr. Jeremy Hilton (Kingsholm & Wotton) at the first meeting of the new county council earlier today.

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Bad News for Gloucestershire Badgers

The Government’s decision to abandon its planned expansion of badger culling has been welcomed by the Liberal Democrats in Gloucestershire, but its continuation of the pilot culls in both the county and in Somerset has been condemned.

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‘Good news for the majority of badgers, but not for those living in Gloucestershire and Somerset’ say Liberal Democrats

The Government’s decision to abandon its planned expansion of badger culling has been welcomed by the Liberal Democrats in Gloucestershire, but its continuation of the pilot culls in both the county and in Somerset has been condemned. 

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