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Shrubs overgrown on to footpath, 14th June 

14 Jun

We have shrubs that are at the back of our house that is council property and we have been asking for years for someone to come and chop it all down.


Litter scattered across entire Littleton crescent estate, 14th June 

14 Jun

Litter is scattered across the entire Littleton crescent estate including all 4 of the alley ways.


Large fridge freezer, 14th June 

14 Jun

Large fridge freezer fly tipped near entrance to Mill Ride Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Manor House Bognop Road, Westcroft Report on FixMyStreet...


Garden waste, 12th June 

12 Jun

Garden waste on public footpath Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 1 Old Manor Cottages Bognop Road, Essington Report on FixMyStreet...


General mixed rubbish, 12th June 

12 Jun

General mixed rubbish tipped either side of the entrance to the public footpath.


Office chair and general rubbish, 12th June 

12 Jun

Office chair, black bag and general litter in quarry entrance.


Black bags and foldable work bench, 12th June 

12 Jun

Black bags and foldable work bench and general litter in entrance to Old Hampton Lane looking south the black bags are in the undergrowth.


Public bin removed, staturday 9th June 2018, 9th June 

9 Jun

The bin on the playing field , was used mostly for doggy bags has been removed.


Traffic do not have a clear view when driving out of Hilton Small Business Ind Est, 7th June 

7 Jun

The trees/bushes are obscuring the view from oncoming traffic when leaving Hilton Main Small Business Park, Bognop Rd Essington causing cars to have to drive over the white lines (See photo 1).


Loose gravel/stones on road surface/at junctions, 31st May 

31 May

For a least 18 - 24 months the amount of loose gravel/stones on the road surface and junctions has increased, this really needs road sweeping.


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FOI »

IT Infrastructure 

18 Jun

Response by South Staffordshire District Council to Daniel Shaw on 18 June 2018 .


Complete Non-Residential / Business Property Rates Data (Q3 2018) 

7 Jun

Response by South Staffordshire District Council to Gavin Chait on 7 June 2018 .


Complete Non-Residential / Business Property Rates Data (Q3 2018) 

4 Jun

Response by South Staffordshire District Council to Gavin Chait on 4 June 2018 .


Contract Register 

24 May

Response by South Staffordshire District Council to Lisa Wilson on 24 May 2018 .


IT Infrastructure 

21 May

Response by South Staffordshire District Council to Daniel Shaw on 21 May 2018 .


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Westminster »

Petition – Closure of Fire Stations in South Staffordshire | Commons debates 

8 Jul

I rise to present a petition signed by 2,824 of my constituents who are backing my campaign to keep open the fire stations in Kinver, Brewood, Codsall and Bilbrook.


Housing: Construction | Department for Communities and Local Government | Written Answers 

15 Jun

To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, what steps have been taken to prevent (a) garden grabbing and (b) the inappropriate development of dwellings on residential gardens.


Petition – Gypsy and Traveller sites in South Staffordshire | Commons debates 

13 Jan

I have a petition signed by 1,545 of my constituents who share my view that in South Staffordshire, which has more than 130 Gypsy and Traveller pitches, we have more than enough provision.


Petition – Gypsy and Traveller sites in South Staffordshire | Commons debates 

13 Jan

I have a petition signed by 1,545 of my constituents who share my view that in South Staffordshire, which has more than 130 Gypsy and Traveller pitches, we have more than enough provision.


Business of the House | Commons debates 

18 Dec

Yesterday we heard the news that unemployment had fallen again in South Staffordshire and the west midlands.


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