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Alex Ross-Shaw
Labour Councillor for Windhill & Wrose, Executive Member for Regen, Planning & Transport. Tweets in a personal capacity. RTs not necessarily endorsements etc
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Alex Ross-Shaw retweeted
Tides Of History 19h
Labour introduced the target for 98% of A and E patients to be seen within four hours in 2004 In 2010 the record was 98.3%. By 2015 93.6%. Today it’s 83.6%... A&E waiting times hit worst-ever level - BBC News
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Emmy Bengtson Nov 13
gotttttttt it, got it got it got it
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Jacqui Broadhead Nov 13
This report shows the rock and a hard place decisions councils have had to make. It shows how they have been forced to retrench from preventative, discretionary spending - to protect acute social services - in the long term this will cost us far more than it ever saved.
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BradfordBID Nov 13
Have you signed up to yet? If not, why not? There are lots of handy tips and guides, marketing materials and information on the use of Social Media and best of all - its all FREE!!!! Have a look👀
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The Yorkshire Post Nov 12
Bradford's back! After the city was named as the most improved in the UK in a report by and today, we look at what's changed in the past decade
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Michael Deacon Nov 13
It's the website's 25th birthday. So for one day only, no paywall. Here's a piece I wrote a little while back about renowned author Dan Brown.
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 13
Replying to @paulsmithson
Wharfe view road has had parking problems for years: Presumably you invited your relatives since the scheme started so knew the situation and I've outlined some options for you. We know the issues and officers are reviewing special permits right now.
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 12
Replying to @MattRacquet
Literally just thought the exact same thing when he gave Thiem the thumbs up - underrated element of his character.
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Lanre Bakare Nov 12
You can't improve on perfection so "most improved" city makes no sense
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 12
Replying to @paulsmithson
Elsewhere in the district people tend to borrow visitor permits from neighbours for extra guests. Permits are zonal so spaces may be available nearby or guests could drop off outside and park further out with the driver walking in. Failing that P&D or a taxi may be easier.
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 12
Replying to @Wharfedalerocks
Ha, well I always think its worth doing so at least if someone else sees it they can make their own mind up!
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 12
BID only provides additionality, it doesn't replace any services so doesn't save the council any money. We're usually among the biggest levy payers so they carry a net cost to us but we still support them. The hot washing simply wouldn't happen without the BID.
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Phil Witcherley Nov 12
Bradford, the city that’s going places | News | The Times ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ 👍👍
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 11
Replying to @ilkleysnobs
There's so much demand for spaces there's a need for limits on some areas to ensure turnover, eg main car park is often full even with six hour limit. Nowhere just has all day parking absolutely everywhere. Many of the limits existed already but are now pay and display.
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 11
We're looking into that issue, for some areas it may just need a software change to allow it.
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 11
Replying to @Lottie_Scaife
alex.ross-shaw@bradford.gov.uk
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Alex Ross-Shaw Nov 10
Thanks for feedback, happy to pick up by email. There is all day parking on railway rd, King's Rd, Bridge Lane, etc and the two smaller car parks, which may help. Re: app, its due for re-tendering later next year but it does allow parking time to be extended via the app.
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Dan Bloom Nov 10
Car crash interview with Kwasi Kwarteng by . She rightly repeatedly asks what the Tory plans will cost, since they claim Labour's will cost £1.2trillion. And he can't give an overall figure. "I'm not going to bandy around figures," he declares. Oh the irony!
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La Fronda Nov 9
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Bradford Council Nov 9
Temps are going to drop again overnight so our crews will be out gritting their full routes from 5am tomorrow- we are also having a night patrol from 10pm this evening
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