Cllr Mike Mackrory

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Since May 2019, Chelmsford City Council Cabinet Member for Sustainable Development.

Mike has served the local community as

  • Essex County Councillor for Springfield Division since 2005
  • Chelmsford councillor 1995-2003 (Leader 2000-2003), 2007-11 and since May 2019
  • a Governor at The Boswells School;
  • Chairman of Governors at Springfield Primary School;
  • a Chelmsford Magistrate; and
  • a fundraiser for Farleigh Hospice and Marie Curie Nurses

Recent News from Mike Mackrory

  • Article: Sep 18, 2020

    A wide range of community improvements costing £10.2 million can now go ahead, following a vote of the Lib Dem led Chelmsford City Council's Cabinet on 8 September 2020.

    The following projects will benefit from the funding:

    • Affordable housing initiatives, including the infrastructure at Chelmer Waterside to maximise housing delivery
    • 28 projects for improvements and investments across the city's parks, green spaces and strategic sports facilities
    • Tindal Square pedestrianisation
    • Beaulieu Secondary School
    • A range of GP surgery improvements
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    Article: Apr 3, 2020

    Chelmsford City Council is enabling local food delivery businesses by providing extra free parking, helping them to provide services to residents during the coronavirus crisis.

    The new measure means that any companies delivering food, whether as an established or new part of their business, can apply online for two dispensations to park within the city. These permits will apply to the company rather than individual vehicles, giving businesses more flexibility for their deliveries.

  • Marie Goldman and Stephen Robinson
    Article: Jun 17, 2019

    The Lib Dems took control of Chelmsford Council on 22nd May. Stephen Robinson was elected Leader of the Council and Marie Goldman Deputy Leader. The Lib Dem Group made proposals to reform the Cabinet structure to reflect Lib Dem priorities, as set out in the election manifesto.

    The new Cabinet posts are:

  • Picture of Shire Hall, Chelmsford (From Chelmsford Weekly News)
    Article: Jun 4, 2019

    Residents, road users and businesses are being asked for their views on plans to transform Tindal Square and Chelmsford High Street.

    The ambitious plans would see a new public space created outside Shire Hall with paving, public seating, planting and a two-way cycle route.

    The proposed scheme, which would be delivered by Chelmsford City Council and Essex County Council, will be on show at two public events at High Chelmer Shopping Centre between 10am - 2pm on Saturday 8 June and 3pm - 7pm on Friday 14 June.

    You can find out more information and share your views by visiting www.essex.gov.uk/tindalsquare between 4 June and 16 July.

  • Library books
    Article: Mar 12, 2019

    A motion to protect all 74 Essex libraries was voted down at today's Extraordinary Full County Council Meeting, the first in 25 years. That means Conservative proposals to close 25 libraries and possibly 19 more remain on the table.

    The debate was preceded by well-researched and thought-provoking questions, which were asked by residents from a packed public gallery.

  • Library books
    Article: Mar 1, 2019

    An Extraordinary full meeting of Essex County Council will be held on 12th March at 10am to debate the future of Essex Libraries. The Lib Dems on Essex County Council have worked with the two other opposition groups to secure this meeting.

    This follows widespread opposition to the threat of closure or downgrading of the county's 74 Libraries.

  • Library books
    Article: Feb 12, 2019

    Proposals to enhance and improve Essex libraries were rejected today by Conservative-run Essex County Council. At today's Full Council Budget meeting, Liberal Democrats proposed a full review of library premises, to consider commercial or residential additions, which would safeguard their future, rather than threaten the closure of 44 libraries.

  • Chelmsford Army and Navy flyover showing chunks missing from the concrete
    Article: Dec 23, 2018

    Lib Dem Councillor Mike Mackrory (Springfield) has asked the Cabinet Member for Infrastructure about the Army and Navy interchange.

    Mike asked for details of the terms of reference for the Task Force which has been set up to investigate solutions for the problematic interchange, and also how many times the group has met and what, if any, progress has been made.