North Herts – Waste & Dog Bins – Dual Use

As from now all Waste and Dog bins in the North Herts District Area can be used for either litter or dog waste. So if one type of bin is full then use the other type.

From April 2017, NHDC will start a programme to remove all dog bins and replacing 20% of them with standard litter bins.

I would like to know your views positive or negative on these changes, please post a comment. Terry

Great Ashby Playgrounds – Request for Views

Great Ashby Playgrounds – Request for Views

NHDC have set plans to reduce the number of fully equipped Great Ashby playgrounds from 8 to 4. As it stands NHDC will removed in 2018 the play equipment but retain these areas as green space. The four playgrounds targeted for reversion to green space are Merrick Close,  Cleveland Way, Chilterns and Fairfield Crescent. As a district councillor for Great Ashby, I would be keen to ascertain residents views regarding these playgrounds. Please email terry.tyler@north-herts.gov.uk

Terry Tyler – Great Ashby Surgery – Saturday 25th March

Terry Tyler – Great Ashby Surgery – Saturday 25th March

I will be conducting my first district councillor surgery in Great Ashby, in the Chaplaincy, Great Ashby Community Centre on Saturday 25th March from 10:00 to 12 noon. Pop in and share you local concerns and issue or just to say hi. In the event you may need to wait a few minutes to see me you can enjoy a tasty drink from Circles. For further information please contact terry.tyler@north-herts.gov.uk

Give me a call, if you require further information on 07868 016401

Chance to Meet the Candidate – Terry Tyler Marie Curie Collection Codicote

Chance to Meet the Candidate – Terry Tyler Marie Curie Collection Codicote

This Saturday 4th March 09:00 to 11:00, I will be collecting for the fabulous cause Marie Curie, as a part of their spring appeal. I will be collecting at the friending ‘Codicote Wyevale Garden Centre’. This will be my second Marie Curie collection at this venue, I was there last December, see attached photo. I would also like to thank the kindness of the staff and their generosity to this worthy cause. I invite local residents to pop in and say Hi.

Terry Tyler – Standing for Knebworth & Codicote in County May elections – Six to Fix Survey Results

Terry Tyler – Standing for Knebworth & Codicote in County May elections – Six to Fix Survey Results

I will be standing for the Libdems as the Knebworth & Codicote division candidate in the forthcoming elections in May. I will be campaigning on the attached ‘six to fix’, which came from a Hertfordshire-wide survey undertaken by the Libdems. See attached for more details. The six are…

  • Fix 1: Look after the old and vulnerable
  • Fix2: Create a healthy hertfordshire
  • Fix 3: Provide appropriate school spaces
  • Fix 4: Deliver a better deal on highways & pavements
  • Fix 6: Sort out public transport
  • Fix 6: Make the money go further

I will also be campaigning for local issues in Knebworth, Codicote, Kimpton and Wymondley communities. I have already undertaken to activity support ‘Save our Trains’ in Knebworth in November (see attached picture) and I and now engaging with the local community to help save The Station public house in Knebworth. I am keen to hear concerns from the public in the rest of the division and would welcome an email or call from constituents. Please call 07878 016401 or email terry.tyler@hotmail.co.uk  

Great Ashby Litter Pick

 

Great Ashby Litter Pick

Great Ashby Community Council Litter Pick – To take place in the Great Ashby District Park this Sunday 5th March. Adults, Parents and Children welcome and all equipment provided except gardening gloves. Meet at 10 am at the District Park car park.

Fast and Semi Fast Knebworth Trains Under Threat

Knebworth proposed changes to timetabling by Govia in 2018, means that Knebworth will lose Fast and Semi Fast trains, since these will stop at Welwyn North instead. Knebworth passengers number has risen 77% over the last 10 years much faster that Welwyn North at 41%. Also at Welwyn North there is only twin rails and every train that stops there has the potential to disrupt fast intercity services. Knebworth is likely to grow by 31%, as a result of the emerging NHDC Local Plan, which will increase considerably the demand for fast rail services. I will post more about these subjects and how you can make your views known soon. I therefore has fully support the campaign to stop these proposed changes and I am helping at Knebworth Station at 06:00 today and 06:00 on Thursday to distribute leaflets and let everyone know about the proposed changes and what commuters can do to flight this ill thought out change. Terry.