Encouraging report on 20 mph speed limits in Bristol... info.uwe.ac.uk/news/uwenews/n…
Not clear how this analysis factors in the gap in cancer mortality. Also no sign that drugs, alcohol and suicide gap is reducing fast enough for this to happen. twitter.com/GdnInequality/…
Good meal at the Balaka this evening. It's too long since I've been there... thebalakawinchester.com
Interesting read on the (mostly negative) effects of building lots of car parking spaces into city centre developments... as per the Conservatives' previous plans for station approach... twitter.com/alexbaca/statu…
We need a vote on the Brexit we're getting, not the one we were promised... twitter.com/AlbertoNardell…
A US paper showing that young men aren't as aligned to "traditional masculinity" as is often assumed. Reinforces the kind of challenges to lazy thinking and assumptions put forward by the excellent @MartinDaubney @MalePsychology Harry's Masculinity Report twitter.com/MichaelGLFlood…
With the implication that it isn't imposed on us and we do have a say before then... twitter.com/estwebber/stat…
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Category Archives: St Paul
Topics include: Station Approach, Station Area Parking, New Tory ‘Tip Tax’, Our crossing campaigns, The local vote to ‘remain’. Air Quality. Grammar Schools. Safer Routes to School
The big topic is ‘Local Plan Part 2’. This is due to set our detailed local planning policy – mainly what type of houses for where – for the Winchester District until 2031 – so it’s important to get it right.
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!
“Irresponsibly inadequate attention has been given to the traffic, transport and safety issues arising from 420 new primary pupils attending the expanded Westgate School; and the proposed relocation of the nursery school.”