Latest news and views from Cllr David Walker pertinent to West Felton Parish. David Walker is currently the vice-chairman of West Felton Parish Council.
David was formerly a Town (11 years), District (8 years) and County Councillor (4 years) for Bridgnorth (1999-2010). He brings his expertise in Planning, Construction, Civil Engineering Surveying, IT and a wealth of experience in community campaigning for local people to West Felton Parish Council.
David was elected onto West Felton Parish Council in May 2017. He also stood for Whittington Division on Shropshire Council in May 2017, coming 2nd with 26% of the vote despite being new to the area and a relative unknown.
David Walker works as a Civil Engineering Surveyor and as an IT / Network administrator for a Shropshire Planning Consultancy.
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Below you will find all of my latest campaign news pertinent to the parish
Highways England are going to be closing the A5 from Queens Head to Gledrid roundabout for 2 weeks from the end of September. The roadworks are combining two separate projects… Read More »A5 Queens Head to Gledrid roundabout combined nighttime closure
For some time the talk in West Felton has been about the village shop being up for sale. As I understand it the owner had been in discussions about moving… Read More »West Felton village shop is on the market
Shropshire Council’s Local Plan review consultation closes on the 8th of February. It is important that as many people as possible respond. If you want sites added or removed from the… Read More »Local Plan Review Consultation deadline fast approaching
Last Tuesday West Felton Parish Council agreed to upgrade their remaining street lights to LED street lights. I am grateful that colleagues supported my proposition to carry out the upgrades.… Read More »LED street lights on the way for West Felton
For a little while rumours circulated that The Court nursing home had closed. The nursing home in West Felton has now been put up for sale for £600,000 confirming The… Read More »The Court closure confirmed with £600,000 price tag