Thank you for your email.
I have been familiarising myself with the area as it will form part of the new Salford & Eccles Constituency should I be re-elected.
- Question as it relates to Swinton South
Familiarising myself the area, strange if i was One of the MPs in Salford i would hope i had a good idea where Swinton South was,
Should i be Re-elected? Not very confident if that was me i would be a little more positive.
And seeing she has been Familliarising herself in Weaste and seedley and Clairmont,all Liberal Democrat Wards,? is she saying she never goes there? i hope she as not been taking the voters for granted? No.
Our Labour Government has a dreadful record when it comes to undermining democracy, and the £10000 per annum “Communications Allowance” for MPs is one of the most glaring examples of that.
The Communications Allowance is an appalling rule which allows each MP to spend £10000 of taxpayers’ money each year on newsletters and leaflets promoting themselves. It is a propaganda fund introduced by this Labour Government with the sole aim of ensuring that Labour MPs have a better chance of saving their seats – and doing it with your money.
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by Tom Rodgers
A £131,000 internal refurbishment of the Swinton Civic Centre is planned as part of efficiency savings. ?
I think i had better sleep on this one.
I had a new Job as FUNERAL director it was so real, than mag woke me up.
“I am not opposed to house-building, but this City does not need 33750 new dwellings (that’s the figure in the draft Core Strategy) and it certainly does not need 24500 new apartments.
What we need is a more sustainable housing strategy focusing on building good quality (and affordable) housing – houses, not apartments – across the City.”
There will be a need for apartments – affordable apartments, though – and 24,500 does sound a bit high. But since couples are starting families a lot later than they used to, but wanting their independence and moving out earlier (i.e. cohabiting), there is a need for some. But £190k for a one bed apartment is obscene and really should be outlawed for managing the feat of being both profiteering and a monsterous waste at the same time.
Otherwise, I think we’re in agreement. Do you still think that 30k houses across Salford over a 20 year period is still daft, Iain?