Peter Malpas

Peter is our Council candidate for Astley and Buckshaw Ward in May 2019.  A former Borough and County Councillor, Peter brings with him a great deal experience.

And even outside his councillor role, Peter is a keen armchair auditor taking a critical look at council spending and casting light on examples of council excess, so he will be a great friend to taxpayers across the Astley and Buckshaw villages.  Read about Peter Malpas's work on council spending.

He is also Deputy Chairman of Chorley Conservatives.

 

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No prosecutions from over 1,700 dog fouling reports

Chorley's Labour Council have reported that over the last fourteen months they recorded 1,713 incidents of dog fouling across our parliamentary constituency area, 1,866 over the whole borough.

Surprisingly, they also report no prosecutions were made during the same period.

Letter to the Editor - Chorley's decked car park

"Dear Editor,

Not many will have noticed because they don’t use it, but the upper deck of Chorley’s expensive new car park on Friday Street is rarely used. 

The surface car park is always reasonably busy, BUT that was the case before the expensive structure was built.

Taxpayers Market Walk has lost £2.38 million off its' value

From a freedom of information request submitted by campaigner and armchair auditor Peter Malpas, Chorley Council has revealed that the valuation of Chorley's Market Walk Shopping Centre has fallen by £2.38 million. It was first acquired by Chorley's Labour council in December 2013 for £23.341 mil

NHS cash welcomed across Lancashire

Letter to the Editor
Lancashire Evening Post

"The Prime Minister’s announcement of an extra £20 billion a year cash injection for the NHS, will I’m sure be welcomed across Lancashire.

Chorley Elections 2018 - Conservatives in every ward

Chorley Conservatives are fielding candidates in every ward across the constituency for this years Chorley Council elections being held on Thursday May 3rd.

Adlington and Anderton

Paul LOWE

Astley and Buckshaw

Aidy RIGGOTT

Brindle and Hoghton