Monthly Archives: April 2014

Labour Birmingham – Fly Tipping At A Beauty Spot

A resident (angry about Labour’s garden tax) recently suggested to me that I go and look at Frankley Reservoir in Bartley Green, as there are a number of fly tipped green bags ¬†there. The bluebells are in bloom and it … Continue reading

Scrap The Garden Tax!

In the last couple of days (as every week) I have had a number of complaints about the green wheelie bin charges. As I’ve said before, it’s an ill thought policy because once you charge people, the Council can’t take … Continue reading

Non-Story In The News Again

I’ve blogged here before about the long queues at our tips – particularly Lifford Lane – since Birmingham’s Labour Councillors started charging ¬£35 to remove green garden waste. With only a tiny fraction of Birmingham households opting to pay for … Continue reading

Spring Clean On The Roman Way Estate

This morning the Edgbaston campaign team took a short break from canvassing to help out with the spring clean on the Roman Way Estate. Residents were out in force litter picking, dealing with fly tipped items such as supermarket trolleys, … Continue reading