If you live in Bolton North East (Astley Bridge, Bradshaw, Breightmet, Bromley Cross, Crompton, Halliwell or Tonge with the Haulgh) don't forget to vote in today's crucial General Election. Don't worry if you've lost your polling card, you can still vote as long as your on the electoral register. Polls are open from 7am until 10pm. … Continue reading Today is polling day: where is your polling station?
This Thursday voters in Bolton North East will be able to elect a new member of parliament for their area. This is a chance to give Bolton the fresh start that it so desperately needs. Labour have failed our town. They have neglected our roads, cut our public services and backed Cliff Morris’s failed policies … Continue reading This Thursday, let’s change Bolton for the better
Today, in the final days of the election campaign, the Liberal Democrats have announced they would provide £48M to repair Bolton hospital if elected. The funding would address delayed repairs to NHS, bringing IT systems up to day and build new infrastructure to reduce overcrowding at hospitals. The party has also announced it would provide £46m of … Continue reading Liberal Democrats announce £94m to fix schools and hospitals in Bolton
The Liberal Democrats Housebuilding plan: The housing crisis in Britain has become an emergency. For far too long Britain has built many fewer homes than we need; unless we build enough to meet demand, year after year, we will find that housing costs rise further out of reach. That is why we have set an … Continue reading Proud to be working with Bolton at Home to create great homes. #GE17Housing
A recent FOI request to Bolton Council has revealed complaints of fly-tipping on private land increased by more than 25% from 15/16 to 16/17. Bolton Council served 115 abatement enforcement order notices to deal with these complaints, clearing away 62 incidents when the notice hadn't been complied with at a cost of £37,477. In March … Continue reading New figures reveal an increase in fly-tipping complaints
Conservative manifesto plans will mean the average household in Bolton could be forced to pay £24,558 of the value of their homes for social care after they die, it has been revealed. The manifesto plans, which would mean that people would be forced to hand over assets worth over £100,000 to pay for social care … Continue reading The Conservative manifesto could lump residents of Bolton with £24,558 social care bill
CLICK HERE TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE BAN Warren Fox, Liberal Democrat candidate for Bolton North East, has slammed the Conservatives following suggestions that a landslide victory for Theresa May could lead to a repeal of the fox hunting ban. In an email seen by the Daily Mirror, Conservative Lord Mancroft, chairman of the Council … Continue reading Fox takes on the Tories over hunting plan
Bolton NHS and social care services could benefit from a £31 million pound boost under Liberal Democrat plans for a dedicated Health and Social Care tax. The proposals would raise over £6bn every year to be used solely for health and social care services and help plug the enormous funding blackhole. Liberal Democrat Health Spokesperson and former health minister Norman … Continue reading An extra £31million for Health and Social Care in Bolton? Yes please!
Two outline planning applications have been submitted to Bolton Council to build 21 houses on the wooded area and paddock at Moss Lea. Residents are asking for your support. They'd like you to write and email a personal objection to the planning department at Bolton Council: firstname.lastname@example.org Here are some of the reasons you could use: … Continue reading Save the woods & paddock at Moss Lea
Two planning application has been submitted for house building on land at the back of Thornleigh Salesian College, which will see the wooded area replaced with 21 houses over two separate sites. Site B highlighted in Red Site A: 00695/17 | OUTLINE APPLICATION FOR THE ERECTION OF 7No DETACHED DWELLINGS WITH GARAGES (ACCESS, LAYOUT AND SCALE … Continue reading Planning application for houses behind Thornleigh College