Leah Tompkins of DevComms analyses the different political views on ULEZ
ULEZ EXPANSION – A ‘matter of life and death’ or a ‘regressive and unfair’ tax. Two sides of the political fallout.
Spotlight on Westminster – May 2021
The last month certainly provided value for money in terms of politics, pageantry and policy.
What London Mayoral candidates offer the property market
As Londoners head to the polls to elect their Mayor and Assembly Members for the next four years, now seems a good time to take a look at the main candidates for Mayor and see what their mayorship might mean for planning and development, as well as who is currently best placed to win the contest.
Shifting boundaries in West London
Last week the Boundary Commission for England released its initial proposals for the biggest shake-up of parliamentary boundaries in decades.
All change for election boundaries
The South East is set to gain seven Parliamentary constituencies through proposed changes to electoral boundaries in 2023.
Election delivers new eras and surprises across the Arc
In Oxfordshire, a shocking result emerged from the county council elections in which the Conservatives lost nine seats including the Woodstock seat belonging to the Conservative leader of the council, Ian Hudspeth, who had led the council since 2012.
Election changes – and a new way to view them
Last week’s elections have yielded no huge surprises across the Thames Valley’s local authorities.
Bucks begins the election process
The inaugural election of Buckinghamshire Council will take place on May 6, a year after it was originally due to be held.
Spotlight on Westminster – April 2021
Prime Minister Boris Johnson described Cheryl Gillan, who passed away at the beginning of April, as a ‘great servant to the people of Chesham and Amersham’.
Council meetings to become ‘virtually’ non-existent
The announcement came from Government last week that emergency legislation regarding virtual council meetings will not be extended beyond May 7.