The owner of a mobile food business who failed to show Slough Borough Council his waste disposal records has been fined.
The statutory consultation for Slough Borough Council’s Gating Order on Prescott Road, Poyle, has begun. The application follows the successful prosecution of Rajinder Jabbal, who was fined nearly £3000 for giving rubbish to an illegal waste carrier.
In a strongly worded objection Colnbrook’s Councillor Walsh says the proposed takeaway at 590 London Road would be “a nuisance to neighbours whose homes are already blighted by traffic” with inevitable “issues with rubbish, noise and odours which are simply not appropriate in this part of the village.”
Fewer teenagers in Slough are getting pregnant according to the latest figures released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Cllr James Walsh has hailed the success of Slough Borough Council after a man was fined nearly £3,000 for fly tipping in the ward. The man pleaded guilty to one offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 for the incident which took place in Prescott Road.
Cllr Dexter Smith strikes an upbeat note in a Christmas message to residents today, with an optimistic reflection on the village, community, and progress on village issues.
Cllr James Walsh has been quick to welcome the Secretary of State’s ruling on Radlett, saying: “we should all take heart from this result and a very important message has been given about the value of our greenbelt in Colnbrook … This will give us a strong hand when the SIFE appeal is heard next year.”
Slough warn against fake booze as Trading Standards find 8% of shops sell potentially harmful alcohol
Slough Borough Council is issuing advice to residents on how to avoid buying potentially hazardous counterfeit alcohol this Christmas.
Ward councillor James Walsh has used his Christmas newsletter to warn that Spelthorne MP Kwarsi Kwarteng’s support for western expansion of Heathrow could destroy the village.
Plans to sell hot Indian curries from a car park in Colnbrook have been given the go-ahead despite creating a spicy reaction.
So while Colnbrook Views brought you unofficial news on Saturday of four candidates standing for Parish Council a FIFTH has now declared! With nominations now closed and confirmed by the returning office, the full list has now been published. Colnbrook looks set for an exciting five way contest on November 15th.
Popular local figure Cllr James Walsh has been chosen as one of five candidates to fight for the Reading East seat at the next General Election.