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…
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Category Archives: Walking
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.
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 been getting some emails from local residents who are concerned about a threat to local lollipop people. This has come as a bit of surprise, since a combination of campaigning by local people, hard work by local school governors, teachers and council officers in planning school travel and pressure from local councillors has just helped us get two more locally – one in Cheriton Road and one in Stockbridge Road!