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Conservatives respond to Labour for St Albans 2018

PRESS RELEASE 

Labour couldn’t add up then, why would we expect them to be able to add up now?

It’s not entirely unexpected to see Roma Mills conflate national and county issues with district as residents are set to go to the polls on 3 May for District Elections.

St Albans Museum to open Friday June 8th

The new £7.75 million St Albans Museum + Gallery will open its doors to the public on Friday 8 June following a two-year restoration of the City’s Georgian Town Hall.

Exciting Herts Tech Company leads the way, says Anne Main MP

Anne Main MP met with senior figures and the new CEO of Imagination Technologies during her visit to their headquarters in Kings Langley last week. Imagination produces graphic chips and other cutting-edge technology for mobile phones, computer games and artificial intelligence.

New weed treatment programme to start this month

A new programme for clearing weeds from roads and pavements in the St Albans District will start this month – and residents can keep an eye on the results.

People can check on a new webpage what streets are due to be treated and when the work is due to go ahead.

Grant secured for Wavell House

 

Wavell House on Cell Barnes Lane is being demolished and the site developed by the Council into 24 new homes for social rent for the over 55s. It includes 25 parking spaces.

The Council obtained a grant of £720K from Homes England to help with the project.

New traffic lights for Hatfield Road

Innovative new traffic lights have been installed on Hatfield Road that have a cycle specific light that turns green before the main light. This gives cyclists a few seconds head start and should help improve safety and traffic flow.

Next Policy Forum announced

The second 2018 meeting of the CPF in St Albans will be held this Tuesday 27th March.  Full details below:

"Conservative Conservation"

DATE:   Tuesday, 27th March 2018

TIME:   7:30 pm

PLACE:   St Albans Conservative Club, 57 Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL1 4JE

St Albans joins national refill water bottle network

Visitors to St Albans can now refill their water bottles with tap water for free at a growing network of friendly cafes, shops, hotels and businesses.

St Albans City and District Council has written to local businesses inviting them to join Refill St Albans.