Today the Charlton and Cribbs Conservatives team announced their
positive plan for Charlton Hayes, Patchway and Cribbs Causeway.
Click here to read our positive plan.
Some of the main pledges for Patchway area:
A Review of the Highwood Road closure Corruption free Patchway Town Council A solution to parking issues in Patchway Delivery of a new Community Centre in Patchway Delivery of new sports facilities in Scotts Park
Key pledges for Charlton Hayes:
Keep Charlton Boulevard open Provide a GP surgery for Charlton Hayes, to ensure health services keep pace with the new housing Extend Patchway Town Council Litter Picker service to Charlton Hayes Bring forward early adoption of roads and street lights by South Gloucestershire Council.
Excerpts from Cribbs Causeway pledges:
Prevent rat-running on Passage Road Road resurfacing across Cribbs Causeway Pelican crossing on A4018 for bus users in Cribbs Causeway Signal review on Lysander Road Improved Street Care services and timely bin collection.
South Gloucestershire Council have positively responded to the
petition raised by local Conservatives candidate Sanjay Shambhu to prevent rat-running of Passage Road in Cribbs Causeway. Investigation on access/egress options due to rat running is now part of the official LOCAL TRANSPORT PRIORITY LIST ‐ INVESTIGATION SCHEMES FOR 2019/2020 of South Gloucestershire Council.
” I am delighted with the announcement that South Gloucestershire Council, under Conservatives leadership, have heard our concerns and included it on their priority list. On behalf of all concerned, including the 42 residents who signed the petition, I am pleased to welcome the news. We are on the right path to achieve this for residents in Passage Road, Hazel Brook Gardens and The Close.”
The petition, which is signed by over three dozen residents, can be viewed on the South Gloucestershire website:
Brian Hopkinson, co-petitioner and local Conservatives candidate added: “Its a pleasure to work with a Council that listens to residents’ concerns. I am equally delighted to welcome the news.”