Conservatives at Nuneaton and Bedworth have secured an urgent meeting to enable the Council to hold Glendale, the ground maintenance contractor, to account for their poor service. The grilling will be held in July to allow Councillors to voice the anger of local residents.
Residents across Nuneaton and Bedworth have been raising their complaints about constant failures by the Council to collect their bins. Some streets across the towns have failed to be collected over 3 of 4 successive collections.
Following reports from Warwickshire County Council of potential delays to the new primary school in Weddington, local MP, Marcus Jones, and newly elected Councillor Hayden Walmsley, have been lobbying the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).
Following Labour’s announcement of so-called ‘emergency’ action to put right the Glendale failures, new figures released by the Conservatives show that no Default Notices have been issues so far this financial year, despite continued complaints from local residents.