• Put in a pelican crossing on the A4380 for Meole/Priory students to cross safely.
    There are no safe crossing places with traffic lights for children to cross this road safely when walking home, and the two schools combined have over 2000 students whose safety is being put at risk.
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    Created by Nell Hughes Picture
  • Shrewsbury Council please put a road crossing for Meole and Priory students on the A4380 (old A5)
    Over 2000 students attend the two schools on the road off this main road and many need to cross this road to walk home. It is not currently safe to do so.
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    Created by Nell Hughes Picture
  • Implement new Stamp Duty exemptions fairly
    First-time buyers could have saved thousands of pounds each had they have had some prior warning about this policy. There should be support for young people, families, and first time buyers who are trying to responsibly manage their finances and who have been recently stung by Stamp Duty.
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    Created by Charlie LeyoftheLand Picture
  • Save The Stile
    The Stile is the only pub left to patrons from the Flower Estates. It is on the edge of the University and the estate. Not only does it provide a place for locals to meet, it also creates bridges between the local community and the student community. Southampton University has been incredibly acquisitive in the past 30 years. Whole streets have been knocked down for its expansion. Southampton needs to retain its culture, not demolish it. Save The Stile.
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    Created by Paul Taylor Picture
  • Save St Mary Bredin School House from developer destruction.
    We must try and preserve Canterbury's historic buildings and not destroy them! This modern structure will look put of place and blight the local landscape. Too much new student accomodation in the City!
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    Created by Michael Lawrence Picture
  • Lidl Store Mercia Road Gloucester
    There is already a Lidl store within a 5 minute drive of the proposed new development. The new development will potentially create more traffic in an already congested area.
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  • New Skatepark in Milton Keynes
    Skateparks provide a safe designate environment for people both young and old to ride. Further more they keep the youth away from open landscape architecture which then becomes damaged due to the lack of skateparks and skate spaces for them to use as it becomes the secondary place of use. To follow this it keeps the users of skateparks (bikers, roller bladers, kids on scooters) away from others places such as Costco and the Blum building where they use ledges and other areas such as underpasses as a unsafe way of practising based on the lack of space and early skatepark closing times. Asides from the fact it benefits the users, it also benfits Milton Keynes as a whole, other than our large shopping centre which attracts thousands of people each day, lots of people visit MK for the skateparks and will travel to try them out for a day, e.g the BUSZY is actually a famous park across the country as a street spot, having these parks draw in a niche group of people who come to Mk for the day, spend there money in shops whilst they ride and then return in the future, we believe having these skateparks is one of the many desirable things that keep Milton Keynes a desired place to live for the youth as there's many places that don't have the luxury of the parks that we have, and then some others that are benefited with much more. We as the community doing this petition would also ask that if this goes to plan and we are able to renovate one of these parks or build another, that we could get involved in the design, there are many of us that are good with this and some studying architectural courses and would love to get involved, as we believe we could create a more safe and fun environment for us to use. This would also then remove the problem that we currently have where particular members of the community try to create there own DIY parks within our skateparks. We hope this is something you see valuable to the community as without these parks we are left with the streets which we believe is both a safety hazard for those riding, as well as a problem as it ruins so much of the beautiful architecture we have here in MK, so keeping, improving or even making new parks can resolve these issues.
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    Created by Harry Braddish Picture
  • Make housing developers be transparent in Brighton and Hove
    Current planning law states that if a developer will make less than 20% profit on a new development, they can ignore a council's regulations about building affordable and social housing. Leaked documents from several developers have shown that the maths they use to work out their profit margins are purposefully misleading, allowing them to claim they will make less than 20% profit on a development by undervaluing the prices of the houses they will sell and over-costing the labour. To combat this Islington, Greenwich, Lambeth and Bristol councils have introduced a policy that forces developers "viability assessments" to be made public. By bringing these dodgy maths into the public domain, Councils, campaigning groups and individuals will be able to hold developers to account and force them to use more honest maths.
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    Created by Kristina Timoszyk Picture
  • Stop Vale Council from demolishing part of Barry Island funfair
    The Danter family have spent a fortune on improvements and the decision to force them to knock down some improvements is unjust..
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    Created by Jo Scott Picture
  • Help keep Worksop alive. Don't close Marks and Sparks and any more shops that still, open
    Many people still want to shop locally and it is still a good place to meet others and promotes communiy life. It supports uk manufacturers and is better environmentally,if we shop nearby. It also encourages pride in our town when shops are open and being used
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    Created by Lucy Kirby
  • Make housing developers be transparent in Hedge End and Botley
    Current planning law states that if a developer will make less than 20% profit on a new development, they can ignore a council's regulations about building affordable and social housing. Leaked documents from several developers have shown that the maths they use to work out their profit margins are purposefully misleading, allowing them to claim they will make less than 20% profit on a development by undervaluing the prices of the houses they will sell and over-costing the labour. To combat this Islington, Greenwich, Lambeth and Bristol councils have introduced a policy that forces developers "viability assessments" to be made public. By bringing these dodgy maths into the public domain, Councils, campaigning groups and individuals will be able to hold developers to account and force them to use more honest maths.
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    Created by Melvyn Plaw
  • Make housing developers be transparent in Glasgow
    Current planning law states that if a developer will make less than 20% profit on a new development, they can ignore a council's regulations about building affordable and social housing. Leaked documents from several developers have shown that the maths they use to work out their profit margins are purposefully misleading, allowing them to claim they will make less than 20% profit on a development by undervaluing the prices of the houses they will sell and over-costing the labour. To combat this Islington, Greenwich, Lambeth and Bristol councils have introduced a policy that forces developers "viability assessments" to be made public. By bringing these dodgy maths into the public domain, Councils, campaigning groups and individuals will be able to hold developers to account and force them to use more honest maths.
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    Created by Thomas Smith