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Respect Pledge for local elections

Today (3 March 2018) the Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis unveiled the Party’s Respect Pledge. The pledge will apply to all Conservative candidates standing in the local elections this year, ensuring they behave responsibly throughout the election.

Increased pay for NHS workers

Using the funds that the Chancellor allocated at the Budget, we've set out proposals that will see wage rises of between 6.5 per cent and 29 per cent for over 1.1 million NHS workers in England

Increased pay for NHS workers

Using the funds that the Chancellor allocated at the Budget, we've set out proposals that will see wage rises of between 6.5 per cent and 29 per cent for over 1.1 million NHS workers in England

Local Conservatives investment in leisure services

Local Conservatives have overseen an increased investment in leisure services with our new partnership with Places for People. 2018 has already seen significant improvements in Loughton Leisure Centre.

OUR FUTURE PARTNERSHIP

Theresa May's vision for the future economic partnership between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

Respect Pledge for local elections

Today (3 March 2018) the Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis unveiled the Party’s Respect Pledge. The pledge will apply to all Conservative candidates standing in the local elections this year, ensuring they behave responsibly throughout the election.

OUR FUTURE PARTNERSHIP

Theresa May's vision for the future economic partnership between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

Keeping Our Promises

Keeping our Promises to the residents of Buckhurst Hill East.

Cllr Jo-Share Bernia - Residents Parking

Today your County Councillor, Valerie Metcalfe, District Councillor Gavin chambers and Parish Councillor Jo-Share Bernia met with residents of Palace Gardens to discus the parking problems they have in the area.

Stacey Gardens Refurbishment

Stacey Gardens
These gardens in the High road were donated in 1964 for the pleasure of residents by Mr. and Mrs Stacey who owned the large Victorian house next to Stacey Gardens. It had become overgrown and vandalised. We decided to spend a great deal of money on major landscaping and planting together with severely cutting back the trees to generate more light and getting rid of the derelict bench. This is work in progress to create another beautiful open space for residents.