Lib Dems fight proposed parking permit charge hike

Local residents have been shocked by proposals put forward from Hull’s Labour bosses to hike parking permit charges by 400%. Read more


More roads in Beverley Ward are set to have a ‘Bring Out Your Rubbish Day’ on Saturday 4 October 2014. Thanks to funding secured by Cllrs Dave McCobb and Karen Mathieson, all homes in Beverley Ward should benefit from a Bring Out Your Rubbish day between mid September and the end of the year.

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Local Councillors welcome news that a new site will be identified for a cycle track

Local councillors have today welcomed news that the Council and British Cycling are working to identify a new location for a closed road circuit cycle track in the Hull.

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Over 550 people sign petition to reinstate the 53 bus route

Over 550 people have signed a petition calling for the 53 bus route to be reinstated. The 53 bus route went from the city centre, through East Hull up to Saltshouse Road via Lambwath Road.

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Lib Dems call for Library cuts to end

At a meeting of Council on Thursday opposition Lib Dem councillors will call for an end of cuts to libraries in the city. Their calls come after Labour announced that it was consulting on the closure of Holderness Road Library and reduction in opening hours at others.

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Councillors vow to keep up the fight for libraries after the mobile library service is closed

Lib Dem Councillors have vowed to keep up the fight for Hull’s libraries after the mobile library service was withdrawn.

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"Cruise terminal proposal - Listen to local residents' concerns" say Lib Dem councillors

Lib Dem councillors Adam Williams and Linda Chambers are raising concerns from residents living in Victoria Dock, near the site of the proposed cruise terminal about the Council’s plans. Many residents in the area have contacted Adam and Linda to express their concerns about the development. In ...

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Lib Dems welcome approval for Green Port plans

Hull’s Lib Dem councillors have today welcomed approval of detailed plans for the Green Port development at Alexandra Docks.

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Council saves £971,000 getting rid of surplus office space only to spend £386,000 buying more

Opposition councillors have once again called into question the Council’s £386,000 purchase of Pacific Exchange, the former headquarters of the Police and Crime Commissioner. The purchase has been questioned after figures emerged showing that Government had helped the authority last year to save...

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Claire Thomas

Prospective MP for West Hull and Hessle Councillor Claire Thomas. Claire is a long term resident of Hull who is active in her local community. Claire has been involved in many local campaigns, such as the campaigns to save Anlaby Park Library, the campaign for improvements to Gower Park, and campaign against car parking charges in Hessle. Read more