News

Blenheim Road Success

We are very pleased to announce that the Government's Inspector dismissed the appeal for planning permission for houses in the woodland behind Blenheim Road in Caversham.

Meet Amanda Milling, our new Co-Chairman

I’m Amanda Milling – MP for Cannock Chase and the new Co-Chairman of the Conservative Party. My job is to help to deliver on the people’s priorities.

Employment hits record high

New jobs figures today show that employment is at a record high – with more people in work than ever before –and unemployment is at its lowest since 1974.

South Lake Angling Club wins award

Councillor Laura Blumenthal nominated Southlake Angling Society for the Mayor's Award for their hard work in looking after the lake.

Speedwatch in Mapledurham

Cllr Isobel Ballsdon and 4 volunteer residents joined PCSO's in Mapledurham Ward to carry out a 2nd speed watch operation in the area.  A number of vehicles were caught speeding  and the top speed recorded was 46mph which is extraordinary in a 30mph zone.

Battle to save Blenheim Road from Developers

The fight goes on to save Blenheim Road residents from the nightmare of development in the woodland behind their back gardens.  The plan for houses has been seen many times in different guises by Reading Borough Council's planning department.