May 02 2014

Help Put Edgware on the Map!

Edgware 1Edgware Ward has been taken for granted by Labour for far too long. It has been the forgotten part of Harrow with fly tipping, pot holes galore, confusing parking restrictions and a lack of effort by Harrow Council to clear the area up.

Burnt Oak Broadway is a disgrace with litter, empty beer cans and a general neglect. The Conservative Action team of potential Councillors Marcus Chaplin, Akil Dhalla & Sima Halai together with our local MP Bob Blackman are determined to put this right. In the short time that Conservatives have run Harrow Council, efforts have been made to start the process of clearing up the area but we need your support to ensure that this work is not wasted.        If we are elected, we will use the 4 years as Councillors to ensure that Harrow Council takes action on a variety of local issues to improve our area.

(Above: Fly-tipping all too common in Edgware after years of neglect by the Labour administration. Below: L-R Sima Halai, Bob Blackman MP, Marcus Chaplin and Akil Dhalla after listening to residents concerns at Methuen Road.)

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Apr 23 2014

Fly-tipping Action Queensbury

We have started a campaign “Fly-tipping Action Queensbury” and need your help in reporting fly-tipping, enhancing Queensbury such that it is free from dumped rubbish.

We will endevour to create a future where fly-tipping is socially unacceptable, a future where we all work together to take responsibility for our waste and take pride in our communities. The consequences of fly-tipping affect us all:

• As Council taxpayers, cleaning up fly-tipping costs us all money.
• It is dangerous and potentially harmful to us and our family’s health.
• It spoils our enjoyment of the environment.
• It can cause serious pollution of the environment and endangers wildlife.










(L-R Local candidates Panna Raja, Peter Mendes with Cllr Christine Bednell investigating instances of fly-tipping and dumping of waste in Mollison Way.)

Apr 09 2014

Bellamy Drive to be Resurfaced!

Belmont teamAfter years of neglect by the previous Labour administration, residents will be pleased to know that the area of Bellamy Drive is to be resurfaced after your Belmont Conservatives took up the issue with the Council and worked to make it happen.
Additionally, pavements on Vernon Drive were in a very poor condition and a hazard to pedestrians. We worked hard to convince the Council to re-pave the whole of Vernon Drive after listening to residents concerns.
Many local residents have appreciated the hard work of the Belmont Action Team. We have campaigned for resurfacing, better management of trees, verges and pavements. We will continue to support residents in making the area Cleaner, Safer and Fairer.

You can trust the Conservatives to get the job done!                                                                                                                 



(L-R Cllr Manji Kara, Cllr Lynda Seymour, Mina Parmar and Bob Blackman MP, inspecting the pavement after having it repaired.)