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Castledine Street Extension and Humphrey Close residents in Southfields ward have relaunched their residents group with an enthusiastic and well-attended meeting at Loughborough Cricket Club. The meeting was attended by local Southfields councillor Paul Mercer and fellow councillor Ted Parton had attended a number of earlier pre-meetings. “The level of support for the group shows that there are clearly a number of issues that need to be addressed and we, as the local councillors, not only agree with the residents by keen to fight on their behalf”, commented Paul. Issues identified by the residents include: Noise and disturbance coming from the Grammar School at unsocial hours. Excessive use of the street as a shortcut into the school. Lack of lighting on the footpath along the side of the book. The need to maintain the ‘nature reserve’ adjacent to Humphrey Close. Alleged misuse of the garages by companies at the end of the street. Councillors have all been allocated up to £1,000 can be used by residents groups and both poor and Ted are hopeful that some of their allocation can be used to help sustain this new group.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
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Castledine Street Extension and Humphrey Close residents in Southfields ward have relaunched their residents group with an enthusiastic and well- attended meeting at Loughborough Cricket Club. The meeting was attended by local Southfields councillor Paul Mercer and fellow councillor Ted Parton had attended a number of earlier pre- meetings. “The level of support for the group shows that there are clearly a number of issues that need to be addressed and we, as the local councillors, not only agree with the residents by keen to fight on their behalf”, commented Paul. Issues identified by the residents include: Noise and disturbance coming from the Grammar School at unsocial hours. Excessive use of the street as a shortcut into the school. Lack of lighting on the footpath along the side of the book. The need to maintain the ‘nature reserve’ adjacent to Humphrey Close. Alleged misuse of the garages by companies at the end of the street. Councillors have all been allocated up to £1,000 can be used by residents groups and both poor and Ted are hopeful that some of their allocation can be used to help sustain this new group.