Marie Strong - County Councillor for Wells division

Liberal Democrats in Government are Delivering for Local Schools

Posted By: Philip April 10th, 2014

For the first time a government is taking steps to address the historic underfunding of Norfolk’s education system.

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Stop Bogus Websites!

Posted By: Philip April 10th, 2014

Norman Lamb and Liberal Democrat County Councillors are demanding action to tackle websites that are costing people hundreds of pounds by copying the look of official government sites. “A number of North Norfolk residents tell me they feel conned by these sites. They thought they were paying vehicle duties or tax bills but they were [...]

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Cllr Ann Moore’s Response to the North Norfolk District Council Budget for 2014

Posted By: Philip April 10th, 2014

If not  entirely an annus horiblis, the last three months have been very difficult. I would like to thank our officers again for the magnificent work they did, and are still doing to restore matters.  The long coastline of our District has always put us at a disadvantage and the prudent management of our resources [...]

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Regional ‘Action Day’ in North Walsham

Posted By: Philip December 2nd, 2013

Three of our region’s MPs and over 40 activists descended on North Walsham this weekend for an incredible day of campaigning. Cambridge’s Julian Huppert and Norwich South MP Simon Wright joined forces with Norman Lamb, along with members of the local Party, and spent the day talking to residents of North Walsham. As well as [...]

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Cllr Brian Hannah – “School transport cuts will have a disproportionate effect on access to education for the rural poor”

Posted By: Philip December 2nd, 2013

Liberal Democrat Norfolk County Council Schools spokesperson Cllr Brian Hannah has condemned NCC proposals to cut drastically funding for 16-19 school transport.  He said: “This proposal is absolutely typical of Labour’s failure to understand the problems facing many families in rural areas.  The proposal to cut the 16-19 school transport budget by two thirds will [...]

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DO THE CONSERVATIVES REALLY CARE ABOUT AFFORDABLE HOUSING?

Posted By: Philip September 20th, 2013

Ann Moore, District Councillor for North Walsham West, has raised serious concerns about changes that the Conservative administration at North Norfolk District Council are seeking to make to funding arrangements for affordable housing. Below is the full text of her letter which recently appeared in the North Norfolk News: The Editor, North Norfolk News Dear [...]

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LIB DEMS OPPOSE TAX ON HOME BUILDING IN NORTH NORFOLK

Posted By: Philip September 8th, 2013

Liberal Democrat councillors in North Norfolk have opposed moves to impose a new tax on home building in the district. At Full Council on 24th July Lib Dems supported the proposal not to implement the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). Councils can charge a fixed rate per square metre of the net increase in floor area [...]

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RECYCLE GLASS CASH TO LOCAL COMMUNITIES, SAY NORTH NORFOLK LIB DEMS

Posted By: Philip September 7th, 2013

Liberal Democrat councillors in North Norfolk have urged the District Council not to leave communities short of funds after signing a new recycling contract. For the District’s next refuse contract it has been proposed that glass is included in the green bin collection. This is welcome because individual journeys to the bottle banks are eliminated, [...]

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Promote Affordable Housing and Energy Efficiency say North Norfolk Lib Dems

Posted By: Philip September 6th, 2013

More homes are needed in North Norfolk but the Conservative-run District Council has refused to listen to pleas to ensure a reasonable share are affordable and that energy efficiency is properly rewarded.

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Update from County Hall

Posted By: Philip August 30th, 2013

Four Liberal Democrat county councillors were elected from North Norfolk in May. The Lib Dem group at County Hall is part of a new administration that is running Norfolk County Council. The group has released the following update on its work since the elections:

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