Time to go retro... RT @IanDunt I am baffled by the insistence of quote tweeting. What is the aim they are trying to pursue? Because it seems on the face of it to encourage pile-on culture. twitter.com/IanDunt/status…
Great to see the Winchester Greenhouse open in Stockbridge Road. Great coffee and breakfast bap to start the day. pic.twitter.com/sykZmTf2Sn
An interesting view on the future of the office - worth a read. We're clearly at a transition point. The 100% attendance office is dead. WfH/low commute working is here to stay. The bit that reads like work in progress is how people will gather to form teams & create a culture. twitter.com/chris_herd/sta…
The Conservative plan for housing doesn't add up. The increased numbers proposed by the Government are already very challenging - but the local Conservatives' proposal to cram them into Winchester and the north of the district makes them unsustainable. hampshirechronicle.co.uk/news…
Loving the energy and ideas starting to come from @soclibforum at the moment. It was brilliant to work with @pimlicat, @jamesgraham and many others during the early years - and it's equally brilliant to see new faces driving ahead a socially liberal agenda. twitter.com/LiberalPatriot…
Get local email news
Thank you for signing up.
Get latest posts by email
Open Rights Group
The Times cycling campaign
Category Archives: 20s plenty
I’ve been thinking a lot about the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 offers to the way we use our streets and roads here in Winchester.
Following a recent report in the Hampshire Chronicle, there’s been quite a bit of confusion about whether 20 mph will be enforced in Winchester or not.
In order to sort this out, I wrote to the Police Commissioner and the Chief Constable – and now I have their answers.
One of the things I’m most keen to do as a Councillor is encourage and support walking in Winchester. I’ve been a campaigner for 20 mph zones for years. Since election to the County Council, I’ve successfully pushed to get pro-walking schemes on the development programme for Romsey Road and Stockbridge Road
I’ve just watched the ‘Location, Location, Location’ programme about the ten best places to live in Britain – and Winchester has dropped to number two behind Edinburgh. However, we’re still the best place to live in England so I guess …