Neil Darby

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Archive for the ‘Environment’ Category

Yesterday Lancashire County Council gave unanimous support to a Liberal Democrat motion on Fracking. “We were delighted to get our motion on Fracking, seconded by Chris Coates from the Green Party, through Lancashire County Council with unanimous support, albeit with a common sense amendment from the Conservatives”, says CountyCouncillor Bill Winlow, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group on LCC who […]

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A Good Deal – A Green Deal

by neildarby on 25 October, 2012

If you need some home improvements to make your home cheaper and more environmentally friendly to run, then there is good news! The government has launched the ‘Green Deal’ initiative which will enable people to upgrade their home to be more energy efficient at zero net cost. Whether it is a new boiler, insulation, double […]

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Help with saving energy – Preston Lib Dems

by neildarby on 24 October, 2012

This week is Big Energy Savings Week and Lib Dem County Council Leader Bill Winlow will be supporting the Citizen Advice Bureau in Preston to help families save energy. Big Energy Savings Week is a chance to learn how people can make their homes warmer and reduce their energy bills by making their property more […]

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Neil Darby Report – Episode 4

by neildarby on 5 October, 2011

After the Conference Special we head back home to Tulketh for an update on a few local issues.

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Neil Darby Report – 2

by neildarby on 21 September, 2011

Neil Darby Reports

by neildarby on 20 August, 2011

Want Green? Go Yellow!

by neildarby on 7 August, 2011

In July this year, Preston City Councillor John Potter submitted a notice of motion that would force new retail shops over a certain size to have an excess packaging bin so customers can discard excess packaging they don’t want or need. John’s motion states that any new retail applications over 350m2 * will have to […]

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A Great Record of Action in Tulketh

by neildarby on 19 April, 2011

You said: “We want a tidy community!” We have all seen parts of our local community which desperately need cleaning. Whether it is pavements covered in dog mess or back alleys filled with fly tipping, it looks terrible and shows no pride or respect in our local area. We launched the Tidy Tulketh campaign We […]

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Time To Tidy Tulketh

by neildarby on 22 March, 2011

Neil Darby launches campaign to clear fly-tipping from our streets Last week local Liberal Democrat campaigner Neil Darby kicked off a drive to clear our local community of fly-tipping and to restore pride in our neighbourhoods. Talking on the issue, Neil said: “Fly-tipping shows a real lack of respect for area we live in, and […]

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