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A RECORD OF ACTION THE PROMISE OF MORE The Conservative Manifesto for the Richmond Council elections on 22 May


A RECORD OF ACTION.... THE PROMISE OF MORE

CONTENTS A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM THE COUNCIL LEADER, LORD TRUE

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VALUE FOR MONEY AND SOUND FINANCE

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MORE SCHOOLS: BETTER SCHOOLS

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SAFEGUARDING OUR GREEN BOROUGH

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PROTECTING THE CHARACTER OF THE BOROUGH

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STRENGTHENING LOCAL COMMUNITIES

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THE ARTS, BUSINESS AND SPORT

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HIGH QUALITY SOCIAL SERVICES: CARE FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE

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SAFE ROADS AND BETTER TRANSPORT: COMMON SENSE FOR ALL

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CUTTING BUREAUCRACY: BETTER LISTENING, BETTER PUBLIC SERVICE

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THE CHOICE AT THIS ELECTION

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OUR CONSERVATIVE TEAM: WARD BY WARD

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For more information about the policies contained in this manifesto, please contact us: Richmond Borough Conservatives 372 Upper Richmond Road West, East Sheen, London, SW14 7JU 020 8878 7866 office@rpnkconservatives.co.uk www.richmondboroughconservatives.co.uk Printed and Promoted by David Jones on behalf of Richmond Borough Conservatives, both of 372 Upper Richmond Road West, East Sheen, London , SW14 7JU

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BETTER SERVICES AT LOWER COST

A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM THE CONSERVATIVE COUNCIL LEADER

Lord True: Campaigning against Heathrow Expansion

CLLR NICHOLAS TRUE

LEADER, LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES

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VALUE FOR MONEY AND SOUND FINANCE

BETTER SERVICES AT LOWER COST: COUNCIL TAX FREEZE TO GO ON DID YOU KNOW? For the first time in Borough history Council tax has been frozen for 4 years The freeze amounts to a 13% CUT in this element of your cost of living We have saved Borough taxpayers a total of £90 million in four years.

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DON’T FORGET! LibDems and UKIP voted AGAINST every possible Council Tax freeze budget The LibDem Leader has confirmed he would PUT UP COUNCIL TAX LibDems want higher Council Tax, higher bands and a tax on family homes

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A PROMISE OF MORE

A RECORD OF ACTION 

Freeze Council Tax for TWO MORE YEARS AT LEAST, in 2014-15 and 2015-16

Saving £35million a year on the wasteful budget left by LibDems

Keep any tax increase after 2016 BELOW the cost of living

Shared services with other Boroughs to cut costs

Ensure a share of all in-year savings goes to keeping tax down

Published all Council spending online to show where cash goes

Share more services with other Boroughs to cut costs further

Barred growth in Council posts and reduced the payroll

Impose a cap on interest rate payments to limit borrowing costs

Cut glossy magazines on the rates

Frozen top officer pay and cut back office bureaucracy

Resist new taxes on homes, now proposed by LibDems and Labour

Keep paying London Living Wage

Cut top members’ allowances

Ended Council Tax discounts for second homes in the Borough

Looked after the lowest-paid by paying the London Living Wage

Saved money in-year, every year, and put savings into new services

Reduced the reserves hoard inherited from the LibDems

Frozen Council Tax every year saving £672 for a Band E home

By freezing Council Tax and keeping other charges low we are helping all families with their household bills

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THE BEST SCHOOLS IN BRITAIN

MORE SCHOOLS: BETTER SCHOOLS AFTER YEARS WHEN THEY WERE BLOCKED BY A LIBDEM COUNCIL WE ARE KEEPING OUR PROMISE TO BRING 6TH FORMS TO OUR SCHOOLS. WITH THE CONSERVATIVES, THEY WILL OPEN IN 2014 A RECORD OF ACTION

THE PROMISE OF MORE

Primary schools again among the best in Britain and standards rising even further in secondary schools

Maintain standards and support primary schools wanting Academy status

Over 500 permanent new primary entry places after NONE was provided by the previous LibDem Council

Implement Phase Two of our primary place expansion programme starting this autumn in Darell, Nelson, Sheen Mount and The Vineyard

£30million invested to bring sixth forms to all Borough secondary schools from 2014

Complete the construction of new sixth form buildings to ensure their opening in 2014 and 2015

All local secondary schools made self managing through Academy status— more parents getting first choices

Assist the sponsors of Turing House to find a site for a new secondary school to open by 2015 at latest

New Roman Catholic secondary school Create a second community secondary now open, honouring the promise school in Twickenham to open by made by all parties in the past 2017 and rebuild Richmond College New free primary schools welcomed into the Borough in Mortlake and Hampton

Welcome quality new free schools in the Borough and encourage more public and private nursery provision.

New purpose-built youth facilities to serve Whitton, Heathfield and the Castelnau estate

Modernise facilities available for youth on the Heatham House campus in Twickenham

Children’s centres protected and new Rebuild Clarendon and Strathmore Croft Centre for special needs children special needs schools in new premises opened in North Richmond New shared social enterprise— Achieving for Children—created with Kingston to focus on children and reduce bureaucracy

A new Sixth Form at Teddington school, opposed by local LibDems

The new Richard Reynolds secondary school, opposed by LibDems

The new Sixth Form at Grey Court School currently under construction, opposed by LibDems

In partnership with Richmond College and leading edge businesses create a new Enterprise and Education Campus in Twickenham A new Free Primary for Mortlake and East Sheen, opposed by LibDems

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SAFEGUARDING OUR GREEN BOROUGH

YOUR WEEKLY COLLECTIONS GUARANTEED FOR 4 YEARS: ONLY WITH A CONSERVATIVE

SAFEGUARDING OUR GREEN BOROUGH

COUNCIL

A RECORD OF ACTION

THE PROMISE OF MORE

 Kept weekly refuse and recycling

 GUARANTEE weekly refuse and

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collections and cut contract costs Simplified recycling, introduced plastics recycling and help for flats Invested £3million over 5 years in improving parks and green spaces Introduced Energy Smart Richmond to help residents cut energy costs Launched the Green Deal to help reduce emissions and energy waste Scrapped ‘bin snoopers’ and put savings into better street cleaning Restarted long-neglected pavement repairs and invited residents to suggest projects Cut green waste charges for older residents and improved Townmead Made Richmond a Flowered Borough and won national awards Organised a pioneering referendum on Heathrow expansion—100,000 said NO in Richmond and Hillingdon

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recycling collection until 2018 Promote more recycling and review ways to reward good performance Keep up investment in Parks and create a new River Park embracing green lands in Twickenham and Ham Extend the Green Deal and launch a Give One Degree alliance to cut waste in overheated public places Zero tolerance of litter and graffiti and drive to tackle chewing gum New ‘apps’ for each village area to enable residents to report problems like litter, and broken pavements Maintain investment programme for long-term pavement repairs, putting older people at risk first Plant new trees, but improve management using suitable species Resist Heathrow expansion and night flights by all legal means,

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PROTECTING THE CHARACTER OF THE BOROUGH

THE PROMISE OF MORE  Implement first village plans and  

Richmond’s beautiful Riverside—Lib Dem Councillors tried to block money for its upkeep

BETTER PLANNING: PROTECTING OUR BOROUGH’S CHARACTER Planning needs further reform to bring it genuinely closer to the people. Too many people think the system is far too skewed in favour of developers. The next Conservative Council will fight, locally and nationally, to change this.

A RECORD OF ACTION  Changed planning rules to block

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garden grabbing and new high rise Ended preference for bedsit to provide more young family homes Made developers provide more parking spaces with new build Exceeded Mayor’s housing targets Launched Village Plans to protect local character

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“My view has always been, and remains, that faced with potentially overbearing developments, neighbours should have the right to defend the value and amenity of a home.” Lord True, Leader, Richmond council BBC News

adopt local plans for every area Zero tolerance of developers who flout planning permission Resist government plans for grabs of shops and offices for luxury flats Fight to stop high street takeovers by betting shops and estate agents Crack down on deliberate abuse of retrospective planning permission Expect planners to put local wishes first, by means of community plans Extend Article 4 protection of conservation areas Make developers pay towards new schools and affordable homes Our local Parliamentary representatives, Lord True and Zac Goldsmith, put people before party and won a fight in Parliament to protect neighbours’ rights in planning. This Conservative Council has built more affordable homes than the LibDem Council before it! LibDems would scrap our Village Plans, which give local communities a say in protecting local character. LibDems want top-down Town Hall Knows Best planning under the same bosses who ran planning for 25 years

Planning with local people Planning for local people We believe local residents should be able to decide planning policies for their local area. So we will reform local planning via our pioneering Village Plans, working with each local community and neighbourhood. Second-rate building is not good enough for our Borough. We will continue to meet targets for new family, key worker and affordable homes—but with good design and local consent, not top-down.

The new Diamond Jubilee Gardens, Twickenham, created after the land was saved from a LibDem sell-off

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STRENGTHENING LOCAL COMMUNITIES

PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST — ALWAYS

AFTER YEARS IN WHICH TOO MANY LOCAL COMMUNITIES WERE SHAMEFULLY WRITTEN OFF BY CURRENT LIBDEM LEADERS AS “AREAS OF DEPRIVATION” OUR UPLIFT STRATEGY IS BRINGING NEW HOPE, NEW LIFE AND NEW FACILITIES ACROSS THE BOROUGH A RECORD OF ACTION

THE PROMISE OF MORE

IN HAM — Ham Library revamped. New community centre and facilities for youth. New 6th form at Grey Court. Woodville Centre for dementia care

IN HAM — Ham Close to be improved by plan worked out with community. Ham Green enhanced. New River Park Safer streets for pedestrians & cyclists

IN MORTLAKE — Master plan agreed, if Stag Brewery closes. More affordable homes. Thames Towpath improved

IN MORTLAKE — Back Thomson House school. Extend Mortlake Green, if Stag Brewery closes. More pavement repair

IN KEW — Kew Library improved. New North Sheen pavilion. Community Market. New places at Darell school.

IN KEW — New plan to protect Kew’s character. 20 mph zone only if most people want it. More pavement repair

The newly improved Library and Community Centre in Ham

IN EAST SHEEN — New pavilion cafe on IN EAST SHEEN — New places at Palewell Common. More parking by Sheen Mount. Improved secondary Upper Richmond Road. Help for shops. school. Tighter planning protection IN BARNES — £600K improvements in IN BARNES — Fight growth in betting Castelnau Centre. New pavilion at Barn and estate agents. Develop Village Elms. Thames Towpath improved Plan to protect character and shops IN RICHMOND — Free parking to help shops. New footbridge at North Sheen. Croft Centre renewed. New places at Vineyard School. Pavement repairs.

IN RICHMOND — Agree Old Deer Park renewal scheme. Fully refurbish Riverside. Pavement repairs

IN WHITTON AND HEATHFIELD — £2m improvement of Whitton High Street. New £390K youth centre. Crane Park improved. New Health Centre.

IN WHITTON AND HEATHFIELD — More pavement repairs. Modern station for Whitton. Enhance library services in Heathfield. Improve Murray Park

IN HAMPTON — New Hampton Square and Family Centre. More affordable homes. New St. Mary’s Free School

IN HAMPTON — Continue Hampton Square renewal. New mobile health facilities. More school places

IN TEDDINGTON — Teddington Pools and Lock improved. Elmfield & Jubilee Gardens restored. New Teddington 6th form. Safer cycling. Footway repairs

IN TEDDINGTON — Open Teddington 6th form. Ensure quality development on river side. Improve Broad Street. Protect green space and small shops

IN TWICKENHAM — Diamond Jubilee Gardens. Town Centre transformation begun. Orleans House improved. New secondary school. More primary places.

IN TWICKENHAM — Complete Town Centre renewal. Two new secondary schools by 2017. New Community Hall & performance space. New River Park

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The new North Sheen Footbridge, the idea of local Conservative councillors

New Whitton & Heathfield Youth Zone LibDems planned to hire an empty shop

The New Hampton Square, not supported by LibDems


BUSINESS, THE ARTS AND SPORT

CELEBRATING THE ARTS BACKING BUSINESS AND PROMOTING SPORT RICHMOND BOROUGH A NATIONAL CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN ARTS       

We will start an annual Borough-backed Festival of Music, Drama and the Arts We will make Orleans House a London-leading centre for art education and exhibitions We will aim for a new improved Art Gallery and Museum in the Old Town Hall, Richmond We will support more arts, music, drama and sport in schools We will promote installations of Poetry in Public Places We will create a new Community Hall and performance space on the old Post Office site We will keep all Borough Libraries open, moving one only if better facilities are secured

ACTION FOR BUSINESS

ACTION FOR SPORT

WE HAVE....  Backed a Business Improvement

WE HAVE....  Grant aided amateur sports clubs

WE WILL.....  Sustain a Partnership for Business to

WE WILL...  Promote more youth participation

District in Twickenham  Helped small shops improve frontages  Cut parking costs to help high streets

and helped upgrade pavilions  Backed sports teaching in schools  Upgraded public playing fields

attract new investment & high tech. in sport after school  Help young people not in jobs to start  Support local amateur sport and work with their own ideas and bring in a protect or replace playing fields Take One Apprenticeship scheme  Co-operate positively in delivering a  Help microbusinesses with procurement successful 2015 Rugby World Cup and seek a legacy for the Borough  Extend shop front help for small shops

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HIGH QUALITY SOCIAL SERVICES

A COMMUNITY WITH A KINDLY HEART WE HAVE MAINTAINED SUPPORT FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE IN OUR COMMUNITY, WHILE CRACKING DOWN ON BENEFIT CHEATS. WE WILL KEEP THE FREEDOM PASS NICK CLEGG WANTS TO SCRAP A RECORD OF ACTION

THE PROMISE OF MORE

Tenants’ Champion appointed to help tenants being neglected or ignored by poor social landlords

Put Richmond residents at the top of the housing list—and press social landlords to put law-abiding tenants before anti-social families.

Extended ‘self-directed support’ to let people in need decide how they themselves best want help or care

Target more adult service spending on preventive care to help older people stay in their own homes if they wish

Created the Woodville Centre for dementia care and started the Richmond Dementia Alliance

Apply more help on conditions such as The new Woodville Centre in Ham for dementia, stroke and diabetes that dementia care, obstructed by LibDems affect an ageing community, but keep WARNING: LIB DEMS up the fight against HIV and STDs Campaigned for better-integrated Introduce mobile health check facilities  Promise they will health and social care for frail elderly in areas where doctors’ surgeries are put up council tax people. inaccessible or scarce. Invest in  Tried to block help improved school nursing services with fuel poverty  Want new taxes on Offered record support for older people Launch a Friends Initiative to find and homes, whatever a facing fuel poverty in winter to try to support those people facing loneliness. reduce excess winter deaths Give priority to pavement repair where resident’s income frail elderly people most fear risk  Tried to scrap hot meals on wheels, Increase total financial support for the Apply more money to help with mental while giving free voluntary sector and introduced longer- problems affecting young people and food to councillors term funding policies tackle bullying, abuse and the risk of  Want a means test self-harm for help with fuel Frozen key social service charges Review extra services for discounts for bills & TV licences affecting the most vulnerable and older people with the Richmond Card  Want to scrap the introduced discounts for older people and keep key charges down for the Freedom Pass with the new Richmond Card most vulnerable. Named an Older People’s Champion, consulting older people on new policy plans

Press for extra care housing on the Barnes Hospital site and seek more affordable homes for those in need

Saved hot meals-on-wheels from the Maintain a drive against benefit cheats planned axing of the service by the last to release resources for those really in LibDem Council need

WE HAVE KEPT THE FREEDOM PASS

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WE WILL KEEP THE FREEDOM PASS

The new Tangley Family Centre in Hampton, not supported by LibDems


SAFER AND BETTER TRANSPORT FOR ALL

THE PROMISE OF MORE      

The dangerous A316—with TfL, this will be one of our next council’s priorities for safer routes for cycling

SAFE ROADS AND BETTER TRANSPORT COMMON SENSE & BALANCE FOR ALL A RECORD OF ACTION  Groundbreaking referendum, when   

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100,000 said NO to big Heathrow 33,000 potholes repaired to improve cycle safety Safer pavements for pedestrians Penal LibDem tax on unused cars in CPZs scrapped—and charges cut Illegal LibDem parking fines repaid New 30 minute free parking to help small shops against supermarkets Popular new Richmond Card Sold off hated LibDem Spy Cars Banned warden bonuses for tickets Cull of unnecessary yellow lines

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NO TO HEATHROW EXPANSION

20 MPH ZONES—WHAT DO YOU THINK? 20 mph zones will be much talked about at the election. We will support them in areas where most residents want them. So we are asking people in Whitton and Kew for their views. We are also bringing in a 20 mph limit in central Twickenham. But the police won’t enforce 20mph limits and Councils can’t. And a 20 mph limit in just one road may push more cars into neighbouring roads. That is why we think an area decision by a democratic majority is fairest to all. Our LibDem opponents couldn’t care what local people think. They would IMPOSE a 20mph limit everywhere; they admit they will spend £1 million on officers and road signs in just their first year. That then is the choice you have on 22 May: With the Conservatives you can have 20mph if you want it. With LibDems you will get it even if the majority don’t want it

SAFER CYCLING PLEDGE  

New pavements in the uplift of central Twickenham, just one piece of our multi-million pound investment

“This Conservative Council is utterly Parking charges frozen in 2014-15 opposed to a Consider extended free parking bigger Heathrow More 30-minute free parking bays and night flights. More pothole and pavement repairs 100,000 people said NO in our More cycle and pedestrian friendly Referendum. Twickenham, with new safe routes Londoners should 20 mph limits if public want them come before big End unnecessary 24-hour bus lanes foreign profiteers Lobby TfL to remove fixed cameras and we will fight Modern stations for Twickenham and for local people Whitton & step-free access elsewhere whatever government is in power.” New river transport in River Park New CPZs only with majority support Lord True, Leader of Council

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Our Borough is united for safer cycling Better towpath routes for all Safer Twickenham Bridge and new routes past the centre New safe route along the A316 Further extension of cycle network New Alliance for Cycling in schools Review of all Safer Cycling requests Work for Boris Bikes in the Borough More pothole and road repairs Action on rogue cyclists who break the law and risk road safety. A Record of Action, The Promise of More 12


BETTER PUBLIC SERVICE

Fighting for local residents: Council Leader Nick True takes a monster anti– Heathrow petition to No.10.

CUTTING BUREAUCRACY: BETTER LISTENING AND BETTER PUBLIC SERVICE RICHMOND DEDICATED TO EXCELLENT, MODERN PUBLIC SERVICE There is too much ‘spin’ and not enough straight talking in politics. Too much talking down; not enough listening. With our pioneering All In One survey in 2011— an idea studied by many other councils–we aimed to draw residents into policy planning and rebuild a sense of community in our Borough. There is no place any more for divisive party-first politics or stale no-change bureaucracy. It is no longer credible just to cry “we’ll spend more”. You must tax less and spend more wisely. In tough times we must be open to new ways of doing things and new ideas, wherever they come from, provided our spirit of community cohesion is preserved.

A RECORD OF ACTION

THE PROMISE OF MORE

 Ended councillor privileges; stopped free  Target further cuts in bureaucracy        

food for Members; cut top allowances Cut Leader’s pay by 12.5% and put savings into a fund for older people Published all spending over £500 on line Ended secrecy culture, webcast Council and planning meetings; publish all FOIs Public debates on major petitions Cash for referendums, as on Heathrow Cut council payroll but protected services Began public Leader’s Question Times Shared services to cut back office costs

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 Reduce size of Council executive      

and cap cost of members’ pay Improve scrutiny of decisions and give more say to backbenchers Challenge other local services in public, webcast hearings Use e-technology to involve public Further reduce pay bill, but pay the London Living Wage to staff Extend Leader’s Question Times Actively seek chances to share good services with other Boroughs


ON MAY 22ND YOU MUST DECIDE — NOT FOR ONE DAY, BUT FOR FOUR YEARS

THE CHOICE AT THIS ELECTION Only two parties could form the Council that will set your Council Tax and run your services for four years—the reforming Conservative team elected in 2010 or the LibDem old guard that ran the Borough for some 25 years. A vote for any other party than Conservative risks letting high taxing LibDems back in.

CONSERVATIVES

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Will FREEZE Council Tax for TWO MORE YEARS at least, with improved services by greater efficiency

Would PUT UP COUNCIL TAX as soon as possible Weasel words, ‘cut in real terms’, mean they would push tax up with prices

Will continue to seek in-year savings to plough back into new investment, schools and services. Will aim to reduce spending while protecting key front-line services.

Reject in-year savings as ‘hoarding’. LibDems would abandon in-year savings and waste your money unnecessarily. Will spend more, borrow more, tax more.

Will set a cap on borrowing and interest rate payments to keep your Council tax down. Will oppose new higher council tax bands and Nick Clegg’s new tax on homes

LibDems want an £8.6 million surge in borrowing in their first year alone. They want new taxes on homes. A vote for LibDems will bring penal new property taxes nearer.

Will keep the Freedom Pass, help with fuel poverty and bring in mobile health checks in areas without good doctor cover. Will help older people to stay in their own homes.

Nick Clegg’s LibDems would end a Freedom Pass for all and means test help with fuel bills. Last time in office they heartlessly tried to scrap hot meals on wheels

Will complete 6th forms in all secondary schools in 2014-15 and create two new secondary schools, one a Free School

Banned 6th forms for 25 years and voted against them. Oppose Free Schools - they derided Turing House as a ‘blind fantasy’. They cannot be trusted on schools.

Created 540 permanent new primary entry places in four years. Will continue primary expansion plan and welcome Free Schools

Created not a single permanent new primary entry place in four years. Oppose greater freedom for heads in Academies.

Introduced 30-minute free parking and will continue to help high street shops. Will promote safer routes for cycling. Will keep up repair of potholes and pavements

Still led by same people who launched war on our high streets with draconian anti-car policies. Can’t be trusted not to do it again. Will cut pothole and pavement repairs.

Will protect the Borough’s character, fight to keep local planning local and agree Village Plans, letting local people decide priorities. Will invest in local Uplift programmes

When last in office promoted high rise in Twickenham and Richmond and infill of gardens. Can’t be trusted not to do it again. Would scrap Village Plans and local choice

Will create a new performance space in Twickenham, a new River Park along the Thames and GUARANTEE weekly bin collections for 4 years

Would scrap community hall in Twickenham and oppose River Park. Tried to end weekly collections before. Would spend £1million on ‘waste snoopers’ to visit private homes

OPPOSE HEATHROW EXPANSION and will work against it with all parties.

Also oppose Heathrow expansion but divisively pretend other local parties do not.

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OUR CONSERVATIVE TEAM—WARD BY WARD

YOUR RICHMOND CONSERVATIVE COUNCIL CANDIDATES 07900 334 020 PaulH

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OUR CONSERVATIVE TEAM—WARD BY WARD

YOUR TWICKENHAM CONSERVATIVE COUNCIL CANDIDATES 07967 962 680 Joe

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