What traffic chicanery is this?

First things first – go fetch your diary and pencil this date in – Tuesday 17th February, 7-30pm, Foakes Hall. OK so what’s it all about? Well you for a …read more →

Meeting, talking, engaging…and listening.

As an R4U Prospective Candidate for the Dunmow North ward, I attended the official launch of the Residents manifesto. Any one with an interest in local issues was invited to come …read more →

Alex Armstrong: Traffic Management in Dunmow

Early start, late finish, it’s started! Met the team for breakfast at the Maze in Saffron Walden, terrific atmosphere, great food and productive discussion -It’s great to feel we will all …read more →

Alex Armstrong: R4U Campaign 2015 picking up the pace!

Marvellous, a quiet time, then, just like buses they all come at once. But I say ‘bring it on’. I’ve been involved in local issues for a long time, but …read more →

Press Release: R4U announces ‘outstanding’ team for south of district and solidifies position in north with further candidates to fix council

Wednesday 21st January 2015, Saffron Walden: Residents-for-Uttlesford (R4U), the local advocacy party for towns and villages, has announced 8 new prospective candidates for the upcoming District Council elections. R4U party …read more →

Cllr Keith Mackman:”Something we often neglect to give, is time”.

Christmas is almost upon us, the season of goodwill to all men, a time to indulge in all manner of food, drink and entertainment. But how many of us spare …read more →

Cllr Keith Mackman: “We have to justify our decisions”

I hope readers won’t become bored with planning matters but that is my main area of experience and I think it is important. Recently myself and a Lib Dem councillor …read more →

Cllr Keith Mackman: Success in Dunmow!

I am delighted to be able to share good news about the Dunmow planning application. A couple of weeks ago the solicitor rang and told me that Taylor Wimpey were …read more →