Radical new proposals to cut out unfair abuses of leasehold announced.
Radical new proposals to cut out unfair abuses of leasehold have been announced by the government today (25 July 2017) in a major move that will deliver a fairer, more transparent system for homebuyers.
County Councillor Aidy Riggott writes "Last week I was proud to join my Conservative colleagues County Councillor's Keith Iddon, Andrew Snowden and Mark Perks in voting to reopen the Lancashire libraries that had been disgracefully closed by the previous Labour administration at County Hall.
Our young people deserve the best possible start in life. That’s why we are investing £65 million in technical education - £15 million to ensure we have the colleges and teachers needed to deliver the new T-Levels, and £50 million from April 2018 to fund high quality work placements.
This Conservative Government is taking the big decisions on Britain’s transport future. We are investing £6.1 billion in road improvements, which will better link people with their jobs, friends and family.
More than 105,000 businesses , 150 of which were in the Chorley constituency, have been launched with the support from the New Enterprise Allowance (NEA), a fund available to jobseekers with a business idea.