Derek Eastman

Liberal Democrat Councillor for Newport Pagnell South ward Learn more

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Thames Valley Police Witness Appeal – Theft of number plates – Pennycress Way Newport Pagnell Thames Valley Police are appealing for information following a report of theft of number plates in Pennycress Way Newport Pagnell. Between 11:30pm on Sunday 24 December and 7:30am on Monday 25 December a vehicle had both its front and rear […]

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Bus Routes 24/25 Newport Pagnell

by Derek Eastman on 6 December, 2017

Bus Routes 24/25 Newprt Pagnell With Tickford Street being closed from the 11th to the 15th December between Chicheley Street and Priory Street the no.’s 24 and 25 bus route was interupted and they were in danger of being cancelled. These are extremely well used and popular bus routes. Cllr Paul Alexander of the Newport […]

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Newport Pagnell Bus Routes no.’s 1 and 2.

by Derek Eastman on 2 December, 2017

My ward colleagues, Cllr Paul Alexander and Cllr Douglas McCall, along with a representative from the Town Council, have met with the General Manager of Arriva. They outlined the concerns raised by residents since the loss of the No. 1 bus and the change to the No. 2 bus, namely longer journeys, no direct route […]

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Hainault Avenue, Giffard Park – Overgrown vegetation

by Derek Eastman on 2 December, 2017

Some weeks ago I reported overgrown vegetation on Hainault Avenue at the Barbury Ct/Rothersthorpe roundabout junction. I argued this was a safety risk mainly because drivers visibility was significantly reduced. Despite an initial response from MK Council that they were not cutting back vegetation persistance paid off and the vegetation has now been cut back […]

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Pothole Marsh End Road

by Derek Eastman on 2 December, 2017

  Several complaints have been received about the huge pothole that has developed at the roundabout junction of Marsh End Road and Green Park Drive, Newport Pagnell. It is in the wheel line and vehicles are swerving to miss it. Goodness knows what cyclists think about it. I have reported it again and hope MK […]

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Pothole Green Park Drive

by Derek Eastman on 2 December, 2017

A pothole has recently developed on Green Park Drive between Marsh End Road and Alexandra Drive, Newport Pagnell. Whilst it is not in a really dangerous position it does need repair. … I have reported it to MK Council for repair.

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Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell – ROAD CLOSURE

by Derek Eastman on 2 December, 2017

  I have received notification that Tickford Street will be closed, from its junction with Chicheley Street to its junction with Priory Street, from the 11th to 15th December 2017. During the closure a diversion will be signed several days in advance and will be via the A422, Willen Road, Marsh End Road and the […]

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Phantom Debt Collectors and Bailiffs Fraud Alert

by Derek Eastman on 6 November, 2017

This is a message sent via Thames Valley Alert. This information has been sent on behalf of Action Fraud (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau) Message sent by … Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National) Phantom Debt Collectors and Bailiffs Fraud Alert Action Fraud has recently experienced an increase in the number of calls to members of […]

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H3 Monks Way Road Closure (nights only)

by Derek Eastman on 6 November, 2017

Please be advised that the following surfacing scheme is due to commence on Monday 13th November 2017. A Road Closure – Nights A422 Monks Way Westbound Only (Marsh End roundabout to Blakelands roundabout) – will be in operation for a period of 6 nights (Monday 13th to Friday 17th and Monday 20th) the working time […]

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The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Newport Pagnell.

by Derek Eastman on 31 October, 2017

A working partnership between the Middleton Gift, NP Town Councillors and MK ward Councillors resulted in the overgrown trees and vegetation around the Parish Church being cut back. Now the view of the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul is returned to its former magnificence when viewed from the iron bridge. A great step […]

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