Tim Hill

Liberal Democrat Councillor for Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick. Learn more

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Thank You

by timhill on 10 May, 2011

I wish to express my grateful thanks to the residents of Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick for electing me as their Borough Councillor and Dave Hodgson as the Borough Mayor in the local elections on Thursday 5th May. I was humbled by how many people across the whole Ward wished Dave and I well when […]

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Anti-Incinerator Protest – Join Us

by timhill on 3 February, 2011

On Friday morning, I shall be joining hundreds of local residents at a demonstration in order to make sure that the IPC understand the strong local feeling against the proposed Covanta incinerator slam bang next to Stewartby. The IPC will be visiting the proposed site, Rookery Pit, with representatives of Covanta and local Councils. A […]

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Merry Christmas

by timhill on 23 December, 2010

I wish all the residents of Stewartby, Wootton, Kempston Hardwick and Elstow, and any other readers of this site a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Dropped kerbs

by timhill on 4 November, 2010

Over the past few years, several local residents have raised with me their concerns that there aren’t enough dropped kerbs on the Sir Malcolm Stewart Homes estate. I am pleased to report that using part of my Borough Councillors Ward Fund, I have asked the Borough Council’s Community Support Team to look at providing a […]

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Stewartby Village Hall Roof

by timhill on 4 November, 2010

Over the past few years, several local residents have raised with me their concerns at the general state of the Village Hall, especially the roof.  I am pleased to report that using part of my Borough Councillors Ward Fund, I have asked the Borough Council’s Community Support Team to look at providing a contribution towards […]

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Stewartby Way speeding

by timhill on 4 November, 2010

Over the past few years, many local residents have raised with me their concerns at the speeding cars that break the speed limit whilst travelling along Stewartby Way. I am pleased to report that using part of my Borough Councillors Ward Fund, I have asked the Borough Council’s Community Support Team to look at providing a […]

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Registration for those who wish to comment on the crazy proposal for a massive Incinerator at Stewartby is now open until 17th November. 2010.  Please register and object at http://infrastructure.independent.gov.uk/projects/eastern/rookery-south-energy-from-waste-generating-station/.  WHAT IS IMPORTANT IS TO GET INTEREST SOARING AND OBJECTIONS FLOODING THE SITE.  TIME FOR ACTION FOLKS . . . . . . . WE […]

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Elstow Conservation Area – Part 2

by timhill on 29 September, 2010

Bedford Borough Council is reviewing the current extent of the Elstow Conservation Area.   I support the proposals to add plots of land off West End and the old Lower School, High Street.  However, I have also asked that Wilstead Road be added as many of the houses in the road are of a historical […]

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Elstow Conservation Area

by timhill on 21 August, 2010

Bedford Borough Council is reviewing the current extent of the Elstow Conservation Area that your property is within. Being in a Conservation Area makes it much more difficult for any new build to be given planning Permission and any proposed alterations must reflect the Conservation Area guidelines.  As part of this review, two small areas […]

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ERM have been commissioned by Covanta to undertake an independent Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of the proposed Incinerator in response to feedback Covanta has received.   Two meetings are being hosted by ERM to discuss the potential health impacts.1.30pm-4pm – 5th June Stewartby Village Hall6.30pm-8.30pm – 8th June Forest Centre  Please attend to make your […]

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