The evidence suggests a slight increase in the rate of owner-occupation over the last couple of years.
The changes are being introduced to meet the requirements of the EU. But will greater complexity mean it disrupts the recycling process?
We need more of them. But they also need the chance to offer something different.
Amidst all the regulatory muddle, there has indeed been “gold plating” of EU regulations. All the more reason to leave.
The previously centralised direction of spending was unimaginative and bureaucratic. Funding went into leisure courses.
If the Conservative Party believes in anything, it should be private property and the liberty of the individual.
The One Public Sector Estate programme provides far better value for money – and the co-location of the workforce has significant operational benefits.
We also need more focus on homelessness and rough sleeping to ensure it becomes a cleaner and greener town.
In 2011, we only had a couple of councillors. Now we lead it. Labour’s complacency has given us the chance to grow.
In Gosport, employment is a greater priority than new housing. Top down targets fail to allow for local needs.
The Conservatives lost a seat to the Lib Dems in Worcester. But the Conservatives held a seat in East Northamptonshire.
Comparing the data of the best and worst performing forces, we can see the difference made by applying Peelian principles.
Pleasure flights from Solent Airport are proving a lucrative source of income for our local authority.
Sprinklers offer a sensible way to protect our historic buildings. But they are not being installed.
The Tri-Service Safety Officer combines the skills of a trained firefighter, a co-responder paramedic and has community safety accreditation from the police.