Medway Conservatives are exceptionally pleased to announce that Medway Council’s £170 million Housing Infrastructure Fund bid has been successful. The HIF is a government capital grant programme of up to £5billion, which will help to deliver a potential 600,000 new homes in England.
Councillors Gary Etheridge, Sylvia Griffin, Rupert Turpin and Elizabeth Turpin, were very pleased to accept an invitation from MHS homes to view their flagship development in Corporation Street, Rochester.
Recently, Medway Council's Health and Adult Social Care committee arranged a meeting to take place at the Ashford Community Health Centre, with Conservative Councillors Wendy Purdy and David Wildey delighted to attend.
Following Monday night’s exceptionally heavy rainfall, the Conservative Group have taken swift and decisive action to identify and manage the risk of flooding in Luton, as one of the worst affected areas of Medway.
This weekend Councillors Jan Aldous, Rainham Central, and Martin Potter, Rainham North, were delighted with the excellent turnout at Riverside School Rainham by members of the community getting involved with the Rainham Bloomers project.
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