SIR – I recently came across a lavishly illustrated eight-page leaflet published and distributed by Welwyn Hatfield Council. It is updated, but refers to five promises for the next five years. It appears to relate to the five years ending in 2010. Ther
SIR - I recently came across a lavishly illustrated eight-page leaflet published and distributed by Welwyn Hatfield Council.
It is updated, but refers to five promises for the next five years.
It appears to relate to the five years ending in 2010.
There is very little objectivity and is mainly subjective; "...we will endeavour to design out crime in new developments" and "...we will use council powers proactively to provide an effective licensing regime".
The purpose of this letter is to utilise your good offices to ascertain if any review will be published to show the progress of these 'promises' as the period in question is at the halfway mark.
I am particularly interested in the promise; "...to support the allocation of a dedicated regular police officer for every district ward".
- 1 'Garden thieves' caught on camera in Welwyn
- 2 Welwyn Garden City school earns prestigious development award
- 3 Explained: What the cost of living support package means for you
- 4 The latest court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar
- 5 Every household in the UK to get £400 to help with rising energy bills
- 6 Cuffley home care company recognised among best in east of England
- 7 Local man will be flying high in an effort to raise much needed funds for Potential Kids
- 8 Spectacular Grade II listed home near Hatfield on the market for £3m
- 9 TfL removes over 100 London buses after EV blaze in Potters Bar
- 10 Fifteen-year-old boy hospitalised after reported stabbing in Hatfield
Perhaps some claims will need the support of the Government, but surely no-one would make promises that depend on the support of an unrelated third party.
Birds Close, WGC.