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  • Sam at Oakalls Roundabout
    Article: Apr 6, 2021

    Candidates for the Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats are demanding a Western Relief Road to ease chronic congestion on the A38 in the town centre and pledge to fight tooth and nail for one in Worcestershire County Council's council chamber if elected in May.

    After breaking onto Bromsgrove District Council at the last local elections the Lib Dems placed a council motion to assess a Western Relief Road but this was voted down by the Conservatives.

  • Article: Mar 24, 2021

    Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats kick off their county council election campaign with a video pledging to declare a Climate Emergency, commit to more spending on green infrastructure and work towards turning all parts of the Council's business into a carbon neutral enterprise.

    Sam Evans, Lib Dem candidate for Bromsgrove East says "75% of councils nationwide have now declared a climate emergency, but the Conservative led Worcestershire County has failed to do so. We will bring a climate emergency motion to council immediately, with real solutions to the problems we are facing."

  • Article: Mar 19, 2021

    Liberal Democrat campaigner and candidate for Bromsgrove West, Joanna McKenna, has written to various parties regarding concerns that occured at a Planning Committee meeting at Bromsgrove District Council this week. The text of her letter can be read below:

    Dear Editor,

    I write to voice my concerns about the Bromsgrove District Council Meeting that I viewed on YouTube on Tuesday 16th March.

  • Sam Oakalls
    Article: Mar 1, 2021

    Liberal Democrat Candidates for Bromsgrove Central, Josh Robinson, and Bromsgrove East, Sam Evans, have weighed in on new proposals as part of the Council's Bromsgrove Route Enhancement Programme.

    The Lib Dems have welcomed some of the announcements, as they have been consistently campaigning to improve active travel opportunities in Bromsgrove to boost public health and reduce pollution.

  • Article: Feb 24, 2021

    A 'once in a lifetime' plan to invest an extra £1 million in local services was rejected by the Conservatives at Wednesday's Bromsgrove Council meeting.

    In an unprecedented move, three different political groups worked together on a budget amendment to speed up the economic recovery, after an extremely difficult year for residents and businesses. The carefully costed proposals from the Lib Dems, Independent Group for Bromsgrove East and Independent Group for Bromsgrove West and Central would have seen extra investment released, without any further costs to local council tax-payers.