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Brentwood Fire Station Campaign Continues

The campaign to protect Brentwood Fire Station, launched by local Conservative councillors, received massive backing with over 1700 people signing up with their support. The campaign continues though!

Brentwood Conservatives say NO 2 AV

Brentwood Conservatives have issued their verdict on the Alternative Vote referendum planned for 5th May 2011. We urge Brentwood residents to say NO2AV.In a motion to the last meeting of the Ordinary Council Cllr William Lloyd urged Councillors to come together and show their support for the current system, First Past The Post, which we use to elect our Member of Parliament's in Westminster.

Leading the Campaign for East Ham Shops

Local resident David Bishop has launched a campaign to encourage new shops into the neglected East Ham and Three Arches estates where Labour-controlled Newham Council has made no effort to bring new services to shops which have been standing empty for far too long.

Your Brentwood Your Future

Brentwood Conservatives have set out their clear and detailed vision for the future of Brentwood as we launched our 2011 Local Election Campaign Manifesto on Saturday 19th February.As Brentwood Conservatives continue to set the pace to this years local election campaign we have made clear to the residents of our Borough, this is "Your Brentwood, Your Future". Our detailed manifesto outlines the direction we will take Brentwood over the coming four years.

Council Tax Freeze

Brentwood Conservatives have announced a freeze on Council Tax with a 0% increase approved despite the Liberal Democrats opposing the budget. Protecting frontline services and delivering value for money has ensured that Brentwood residents do not face higher Council Tax bills as a result of Labour's Debt Crisis.

Breaking Ground for Recycling

Supporting local businesses and increasing recycling across Brentwood, two key aims for Brentwood Conservatives are combining under plans with Recyclebank aimed at boosting recycling in Brentwood beyond 50%

Investment In Play Areas

Brentwood Conservatives have secured over £90,000 to support improvements to local play areas in both Warley and Pilgrims Hatch, ensuring that investment in our local community continue during these difficult economic times.

Vital Community Hospital

Proposed changes to services at the Brentwood Community Hospital have been presented to Brentwood Borough Council. Brentwood residents care about our local community hospital and we will continue to follow up key issues over the coming months

Town Centre Exceeds Expectations

Brentwood businesses continue to work hard in these difficult times and continue to thrive and boost our local economy. An independent report has highlighted many strengths, including the way in which major supermarkets work side by side with independent retailers. Brentwood is not a town that needs to be talked down.

Brentwood & Ongar launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.