Rewilding site given a helping hand by councillor and her daughter

New Greens Avenue in St Albans looks like it’ll be living up to its name thanks to help from a Lib Dem Batchwood councillor closely monitoring a rewilding site situated there.

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Save our Charter Market? Yes – that’s what we’re doing!

We’re in full support of the city’s Charter Market here at St Albans Liberal Democrats – and both we and the district council continue to take the necessary steps to ensure its survival for future generations. So here are just a few of the things we’ve been doing to ensure the future success of ...

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Daisy Cooper calls for urgent review of new Flexi Season train ticket

Daisy Cooper, the MP for St Albans, has called for an urgent review of the new Flexi Season Ticket offer and reinstatement of peak-time Carnet tickets on Govia Thameslink trains. Existing part-time commuters who currently use carnet tickets will have fewer ticket options and face paying more for ...

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Charter market pilot will draw on feedback from business and shoppers

Traders, residents and businesses will be asked to choose their favourite gazebo design to be included in a pilot scheme feasibility study for St Albans’ historic charter market later this year.

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Both St Albans Mayoral roles filled by Lib Dem councillors

Councillors Edgar Hill and Helen Campbell have been elected as St Albans Mayor and deputy mayor respectively. Edgar succeeded Janet Smith to become the city’s 477th mayor at an annual meeting of the council after the elections on 6 May.

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Council set to become more efficient thanks to Lib Dem restructuring plans

Following the St Albans Liberal Democrats win in the local elections, plans have been made to restructure the council that will see it run in a more streamlined and democratic way. The plans include replacing the single-part cabinet with four committees that represent Lib Dem priorities, adding m...

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