• Lib Dems in Brentwood (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: May 1, 2019

    Reasons to vote Liberal Democrat on Thursday 2 May 2019:

    • We will deliver openness, accountability and transparency in decision making for all.

    • We will work closely with residents and the business community to improve the commercial viability of the Borough.

    • We will strive to reach out and involve all sections of the community in taking Brentwood forward.

    • We will call for each ward to have dedicated Police Community Support Officer

    • We will fight any plans to close Shenfield and Ingatestone Libraries or cut the Brentwood Library hours

    • We will try and keep as many council services as possible based here in Brentwood

    • We will investigate the opportunities to install solar panels on council buildings to save energy and raise revenue

    • We will work closely with retailers across the Borough to re-energise our High Streets

    • We will keep challenging the Government's housing numbers for our borough and insist that the infrastructure is definitely put in place to support each development

    • We will try and deliver more affordable housing for Brentwood young people and for key workers like police, nurses, fire fighters and teachers

    • We will keep the weekly black bag collection.

  • Andy Fryd and Darryl Sankey at Shenfield Library (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: May 1, 2019

    All Brentwood's Lib Dem candidates are fighting against the Conservatives' proposal to close libraries across Essex (including Ingatestone and Shenfield) and cut opening hours to others (including Brentwood).

  • clean air card (George Potter)
    Article: Apr 8, 2019

    Liberal Democrat councillors called for Essex Council to take a lead on undertaking full assessments for clean air zones to tackle air pollution in February 2019. The Conservatives rejected the idea.

  • Access (George Potter)
    Article: Apr 8, 2019

    Brentwood Lib Dems have secured tactile paving for partially sighted people, additional blue badge spaces in the town centre and made Brentwood a blue-badge parking "Zero Tolerance" borough.

  • Save our libraries (George Potter)
    Article: Apr 8, 2019

    Our candidates are all fighting to stop the Conservatives closing libraries across Essex, including Ingatestone & Shenfield.

  • Andrew Fryd, shenfield
    Article: Apr 5, 2019

    Andrew Fryd has been selected as our candidate for the Shenfield borough council seat on 2 May 2019.

    He attended Hedley Walter School in the 1960s and has lived in Brentwood all his life, the last 30 years in Shenfield, and has raised a family here. He is a licensed taxi driver, operating out of Shenfield station. Prior to this, he worked in local government for 30 years.

  • Lib Dems in Brentwood (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Mar 24, 2019

    Want to help more Lib Dem councillors get elected?

    Just seven seats need to change hands on Thursday 2nd May for the Conservatives to lose power!

    Email icanhelp@brentwoodlibdems.org.uk for more details.

  • Robin Hood road
    Article: Mar 24, 2019

    Brentwood North's Cllr Alison Fulcher is working tirelessly to enforce the law at the 'One Stop' shop in Ongar Road and, having exhausted other avenues, has now approached the Department of Transport directly to attempt to stop the damage caused to roads, pavements and properties.

    Alison says:

    "Brick walls knocked over, manholes sunken, pavements and kerbs cracked and damaged, but residents inform me that when they have contacted Safeway or their delivery partner DHL, they took no responsibility for the damage their vehicles make.

  • The Liberal Democrats fought against the closure of Brentwood Police Station (Stephen Robinson)
    Article: Mar 24, 2019

    Brentwood Lib Dems believe that Brentwood residents should see some real benefit from the sale and development of Brentwood Police Station.

    The Tory Police & Crime Commissioner says the £8 million received will be spent policing across Essex. We believe a large slice of this money should be ring fenced for policing in Brentwood.

  • Sarah Cloke, Lib Dem
    Article: Mar 24, 2019

    Residents of Downsland Drive, Gerrard Crescent and Burntwood have often found themselves stranded in the snow and ice due to the gradient of Downsland Drive.

    Now, things are set to improve in Brentwood West as local council candidate Sarah Cloke has secured a salt bin for them, funded by Essex County Council