A by-election for neighbouring Brentford Ward took place yesterday 9 July 2015 to choose a replacement for Ruth Cadbury following her and Labour’s famous victory in May. It was won by the Labour Party candidate, Guy Lambert.
The new Councillor for Brentford Ward, Guy Lambert being congratulated on his win by the other candidates and Hounslow Council’s Chief Executive
On a turnout of just under 22%, the result was: Labour 1292 votes (54%), Conservative 664 (27.7%), Green 209 (8.7%), Liberal Democrat 116 (4.8%), Kipper 113 (4.7%), Spoilt papers 3 (0.1%).
Well done to Guy and to the folk that voted for him and the Labour Party and to all who worked to get him elected. Looking forward to working with him for the rest of our term on the council.
On resolving document IT upload issues for the major planning application, (a free school for 1,400+ four to eighteen year olds on the Conquest/White Lodge Club site) Hounslow Council is writing again to residents.
Recent view of the Conquest site
The letter from Aled Richards, Assistant Director Community Safety, Environment and Regulatory Services, dated today, 3 July 2015, and due soon on a doormat near you, begins with:
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A full copy of the letter may be found here.
This welcome news is a good example of the council responding positively to settle residents’ concerns and an acknowledgment that informed consultation is important. Continue reading