We know lots of residents love walking and cycling along the Thames path between Reading and Sonning, we are concerned by the proposal to build a bus lane along beside the river starting at Broken Brow and crossing Kennet Mouth.
Parking in many areas close to the town centre are becoming more congested and finding places to park is getting harder and harder. That is why many local people support Residents Parking Permit schemes. The current state is that residents
Reading Borough Council have spent £20,887 compensating motorists for damage caused by potholes since 2012, figures uncovered by the Liberal Democrats have revealed. Nationally a total of £12 million have been paid out over the last four years, with an
Idling vehicle engines is a real issue in places like Cemetery Junction and the Oxford Rd. Reading has continually failed to reach national or European standards for air pollution and the result is many more residents suffering from asthma and
We are sick and tired of Labour councillors refusing to consider 20 miles per hour speed limits across all residential roads in Reading, leaving the main roads as 30 mph. Instead it has taken them over a year to implement
More than 100 Redlands residents attended a public meeting in June where they raised their fears that the Council’s parking orders for Redlands streets would push the parking problems to neighbouring roads. Such strong objections were raised that the Traffic
Local Liberal Democrats, led by Cllr Ricky Duveen have blasted local Conservatives for letting down Reading, as figures unveiled in Parliament show, that cash to fix our roads has been slashed. Parliamentary analysis shows that in Reading pothole maintenance funding has been cut by £120,000.
Local Liberal Democrat campaigner Francis Jakeman (pictured above on the left) has launched an online survey to find out what local residents across Redlands think about cycling in our area. Francis said, “More and more residents across Redlands are cycling both from and
Lib Dem Councillors support the calls from Mencap Chair, Leslie MacDonald, for Councillor Tony Page to start listening to the pleas of disability groups and residents to have the lights at the junction on the corner of the Broad Street
At last night’s Wokingham Borough Council meeting, Cllr Kay Gilder (South Lake ward) handed in a petition of close to 500 signatures calling for the number 19 bus to be re-routed to Fairwater Drive and Nightingale Road in Woodley. Cllr