Archive for Month: March 2012

  • Top 10 Achievements from Conservative run Cheshire West and Chester Council

    Cheshire West and Chester Council was established in 2008 and took over responsbility from the former County and Borough Councils in 2009.  The Council has been run by a Conservative administration since then. But what has Cheshire West and Chester done for its resident?  Here’s our top 10 acheivements: Savings. During the first three years of…

  • New Non-Emergency Number 101

    The 101 new non-emergency number provides the public with a memorable number to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response such as: • if their car has been stolen; • if their property has been damaged or vandalised; • where they suspect drug use or dealing; • if they want…

  • Conservative run Cheshire West and Chester Council Freezes Council Tax

    At its Budget Council meeting on 23 February Conservative run Cheshire West and Chester Council froze the Council Tax at the 2011/12 level and were also able to give a one off 0.25% rebate, following unexpected additional reserves caused by lost wages and pension contributions following Strike Action. Members agreed to end the inherited anomaly…