I have been sent a copy of a letter written by the Conservative Deputy Leader of Westminster City Council to Cllr. Paul Bristow (Con) to say that they won’t be joining in with H&F Council in it's campaign against the Thames Tideway Tunnel.
Saturday, 6 February 2010
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
At 6.45 this morning I wandered, slightly bleary eyed, into the Stonemasons Arms on Cambridge Grove, Hammersmith. It’s not what you’re thinking! I had kindly been invited to a business breakfast put on by BNI International.
BNI aims to provide exposure for local business people. It is the largest business networking organisation in the world and offers members the opportunity to share ideas, make new contacts and most importantly win business referrals. Almost half of all people in the UK are employed by small and medium sized businesses. They are an essential part of our economy. I was happy to be there and offer my support.
- Chiswick Computers: Email by clicking here or phone 020 8996 9598
- Debbie Pearce Marketing Consultant: Email by clicking here or phone 020 8749 5654
- Helix Partnership 'branding': Email by clicking here or phone 020 8742 8622
- Hispa, Spanish & South American Wine & Spirit Merchants: Email by clicking here or phone 020 8740 4751
- Kevin Caulfield Executive Coach: Email by clicking here or phone 07769 577 050
- Kingsway Mortgages: Email by clicking here or phone 020 3137 3512
- Lemon Computing: Email by clicking here or phone 020 8878 2138
- MLR Photo: Email by clicking here or phone 0800 448 8675
- Richard Jackson Gardens: Email by clicking here or phone 020 8563 1875
- St. Anne’s Cleaning: Email by clicking here or phone 020 7370 1359
- The London Window Cleaning Company: Email by clicking here or phone 020 7792 0801
- Timi Phillips Poised Concierge: Email by clicking here or phone 020 3086 9611
Pooja Jeejeebhoy also attended. She is a Local Business Manager from Barclays Bank You can email her by clicking here or phone her on 020 8273 6540.
I hope I haven't missed anyone out and I hope they all have a great year of business. You can click here if you'd like to find out more or have your business get involved with BNI West London.
Posted by Stephen Cowan at 15:15
Nick Johnson’s comment could not possibly apply to H&F Homes as not only is it not legally allowed to build homes but at the time Nick Johnson appeared on the programme, this company was set to be wound up on the 31st March 2010 (the Conservatives have now extended its lifespan by just one year). H&F Council is also forbidden from house building so the statement does not apply to that public body either.
- "the name of the developer"
I will continue to seek this information on behalf of the thousands of residents who are deeply anxious about the Conservatives' talks to demolish their homes. Sooner or later we will get the answers my constituents require. It will be better for all if that happens soon.
Posted by Stephen Cowan at 11:00
Monday, 1 February 2010
This time last year, Dawn Stephenson, director of Age Concern Hammersmith and Fulham, summed up the dangers of this policy when she said “You hear about elderly people who die in their homes, but no-one visits them for weeks. That daily contact is really, really critical and if the service is reduced or cut altogether that would be just tragic”.
An incoming Labour Administration will cut these charges and will dramatically improve on the current situation for our elderly and disabled residents.
Posted by Stephen Cowan at 13:30