An end and a new begining

  On Thursday we had an election for Essex County Council and after serving as their County Councillor for four years the residents of Hockley and Hullbridge decided that they didn't want me anymore but would rather have the Conservative candidate (Actually the vote in Hullbridge was overwhelmingly for me, it's just Hockley is a … Continue reading An end and a new begining

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Essex Police – Neighbourhood Action Panel

We are pleased to report that the Police have listened to concerns put forward by Cllr Diane Hoy and other residents of Hullbridge about the combined Neighbourhood Action Panel (NAP) between Hullbridge, Rayleigh & Rawreth. At last nights Panel meeting Diane was advised that the Hullbridge Neighbourhood Action Panel would be starting up again and … Continue reading Essex Police – Neighbourhood Action Panel

Another Watery Lane update

We have had confirmation tonight that Watery Lane should be open by Thursday this week pending the clearance of ditches and drains. We will check on the progress tomorrow and update this post accordingly. We will continue to pursue additional drainage work that we believe in necessary to make the road a safer and more … Continue reading Another Watery Lane update

Watery Lane Update – 13 February 2012

At last we may have movement at Essex County Council on Watery Lane. Yesterday Cllrs Michael & Diane Hoy, along with Cllr Keith Hudson, met with County Highways Chief Engineer and Rochford's Chief Engineer. Michael put forward the points Immediate action was needed to make the road passable.  His view was the drains/culverts needed cleaning as they … Continue reading Watery Lane Update – 13 February 2012

Watery Lane – still flooded

We have been contacted quite a lot in recent weeks concerning Watery Lane.  The Road Flooded signs have been up for some time and anyone who has ventured down there will know that water has remained on the carriageway throughout that period albeit at varying depths.   Today I have had reliable reports that the … Continue reading Watery Lane – still flooded