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  • Article: Sep 13, 2021

    A combination of a shortage of lorry drivers resulting from Brexit, an increase in waste during the pandemic and a lack of long term planning has left Herts County Council struggling to deal with the household waste that is collected across the county. The problems were revealed in a report to the council's Environment Cabinet panel and mean that the council's main waste transfer facility at Waterdale north of Watford has been under great pressure to cope with volumes of waste.

  • Councillor Paul Zukowskyj (Hatield South)
    Article: Sep 9, 2021

    Conservatives are failing, across all levels of government, to deliver on promises to deliver sustainable transport solutions in Hertfordshire.

    Hertfordshire Lib Dems have learned that a £1bn infrastructure funding gap, to provide services and support for the expected 100,000 extra homes the Conservative government are demanding we build in Hertfordshire, is almost entirely made up from underfunded sustainable transport projects.

  • Article: Aug 25, 2021


    Ever since Paddy Ashdown, Roy Jenkins and Charles Kennedy, the Liberal Democrats have been good at local government, even if our nearly 20% of the national vote has usually only netted 9% of the Westminster MPs (and we don't get anywhere near that fifth of the coverage on the news…)

  • Newbies Event HH (Barbara Gibson)
    Article: Aug 25, 2021

    Liberal Democrats - it's in the "L" and the "D"

    A way of making things work

    A way of building community

    A way of involving people

    Ideas more than identity, eg:
    we all want to be listened-to and heard
    we all want some space and a home
    we all want competence and honesty
    we can be different but understand and work together