Cllr. Howard Roberts, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for environment and public realm, said in a council press release, “It is great to see Rugby once again picking up national awards for the way we manage our open spaces.
Adam Daly joined the local Hillmorton Conservative team last year and is already getting stuck into the issues which matter most to local residents. Adam is a teacher who grew up locally and attended Ashlawn School.
Conservative led Rugby Borough Council is to speed up heating improvements for council homes, replace bathrooms in around 140 properties and buy around 22 new properties after the ruling Conservative group approved the measures. Lib Dem and Labour Councillors abstained from voting.
Cllr. Emma Crane, Rugby Borough Council portfolio for communities and homes, said during speech at last nights Council meeting that the Conservative led Council had been shortlisted for the Council of the Year Award at the UK Housing Awards 2020.
Rugby Borough Council’s Conservative Cabinet has approved the recommendations of the cross-party Climate Emergency Working Group in full, and will ask the Council to endorse the plans at its next ordinary meeting, a council press release said today.