Cllr Rose Moore

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Rose Moore

Chelmer Village and Beaulieu Park

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Councillor for Chelmer Village and Beaulieu Park.

Cabinet Member for Greener & Safer Chelmsford.

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Latest News from Rose Moore

  • gym equipment
    Article: Jan 20, 2022
    In Chelmsford City Life

    Chelmsford City Council is drafting plans to upgrade Dovedale Sports Centre in the Old Moulsham area of the city. The Lib Dem-led council is keen to hear local views about this and has just launched a consultation (running until Sunday 13 February) to help shape any future improvements.

    The site, which the council shares with Chelmsford College, was opened in 1974 and has had minimal investment over the last few decades. It is used by the college during the day and managed by Chelmsford City Council for public use after 5pm on weekdays, with full access at weekends and college holidays.

  • Covid 19 paraphenalia
    Article: Jan 5, 2022

    Cllr Stephen Robinson (council leader) and Cllr Rose Moore (cabinet member for greener & safer Chelmsford) have released a message in which they talk about booster vaccines, masks, and the exhaustion everyone is feeling at this stage of the pandemic. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLbCD4GnUxg

  • skateboard
    Article: Jan 3, 2022

    Chelmsford skateboarders can now enjoy the skate ramps at Central Park well into the evening with new floodlights.

    The floodlights were funded by contributions that the Lib Dem-led City Council extracted from local developers and are programmed to turn on when it gets dark and turn off automatically at 10pm. One of the lights will stay on for 10 minutes longer to give skaters time to pack up and go home safely.

  • path alongside riverside
    Article: Dec 13, 2021

    A day of action to make Chelmsford's 'Bunny Walks' feel safer for all (particularly women and girls) took place on 25 November.

    Local residents, particularly women, had told Chelmsford City Council they felt unsafe in the area, so earlier this year the Lib Dem-led CCC and its partners successfully bid for £550,000 of Government 'Safer Streets' funding to improve the area.

  • Protect pets from fireworks noise (Chelmsford City Council)
    Article: Nov 3, 2021

    Chelmsford residents are being asked to consider the wider community and keep their fireworks to a reasonable time this year. The City Council's "Rocket O'Clock" campaign is returning to emphasise the message about being 'good neighbours'.

    The campaign launched in 2020, with support from local RSPCA inspectors. This year, the council is encouraging everyone to either go to a public display or, if they must have a home fireworks display, to stick to 7.30-8.30pm on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 November 2021.

  • CCTV camera
    Article: Oct 25, 2021

    A range of projects to make Chelmsford's streets safer for all - but particularly women and girls - will be going ahead. Funding of £550,000 has been secured by Lib Dem-led Chelmsford City Council. The funding will be used for a mix of 16 infrastructure and education projects which will be set in motion over the autumn and winter to create a safer Chelmsford.

  • green2
    Article: Aug 6, 2021

    Chelmsford City Council wants bids from local people and groups, to combat climate change and improve community infrastructure. The Lib Dem-led council is making a greener Chelmsford a top priority.

    Environmental funding to help make Chelmsford greener

    Greener Chelmsford Grants make £100,000 available for projects that address the climate and ecological emergency in Chelmsford. Applications are more likely to be successful if they are for projects which protect and enhance wildlife and green infrastructure, lower energy consumption, reduce waste or lower carbon emissions. These are the priorities set out by the council for addressing climate change and ecological crises.

  • Open field and grasses under a blue sky
    Article: May 6, 2021

    The planning application for a Lidl supermarket in Springfield has been refused, protecting the land from development. The proposal came as a shock to local residents and councillors alike, because the land is designated as Open Space in Chelmsford's recently-adopted Local Plan.

    Members of the Planning Committee unanimously accepted all reasons for refusal outlined by officers and noted that development would breach Local and National Planning Policy. They agreed that loss of open space on the scale proposed and the impact of development would be devastating to biodiversity and could not be compensated for elsewhere.

  • Sackfuls of litter in large bins
    Article: Apr 13, 2021

    Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of Essex residents' waste is being buried in landfill after the the collapse of Conservative-run Essex County Council's agreement with its waste contractor.

    The Conservatives' pet scheme saw millions of pounds spent on a waste processing plant in Basildon designed to recycle black bin waste into fuel, but it never worked.

  • Sackfuls of litter in large bins
    Article: Apr 8, 2021

    Chelmsford City Council has had to pick up vastly more litter than normal over the last year. Councillors have urged residents to please look after our City and put it in the bins - on the streets or at home.

    All bins in Chelmsford's key park locations are emptied daily, including over the Easter bank holiday period.