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[Reading Post] - Tony Page, lead councillor for regeneration, transport and planning, said: “The Old Cemetery is a green oasis sandwiched between two of the borough's major arterial routes in a dense urban area so it's very important we protect and enhance the trees.
[Reading Post] - Deputy leader of Reading Borough Council and lead councillor for regeneration, transport and planning, Councillor Tony Page will be calling for urgent action by the Government in a resolution to tonight's full council meeting. Cllr Page also sets out
[Reading Post] - At last Monday's cabinet meeting, Tony Page, lead councillor for strategic planning, jokingly referred to the coalition administration of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats claiming credit when they were in power for the planting, which he said had
[Reading Post] could be converted without planning permission. Lead councillor for strategic planning, Councillor Tony Page told the cabinet on Monday that “good, well-run HMOs” were welcome in Reading but the council did not want a concentration of badly-run HMOs.
[Reading Chronicle] - Deputy council leader Cllr Tony Page added: "Developing the skills of cyclists is very important. "Particularly so when safety is a paramount concern for road users in the borough." Find out by more or register by emailing or
[Reading Chronicle] - He added: "Why have you been wasting officer time on something that, to the voter, is quite simply playing politics?" But deputy leader Cllr Tony Page denied the accusations, criticising Cllr Harris for failing to take part in the selection process and
[Reading Chronicle] - It will be funded by a multi-million pound Government grant aimed at improving cycling provision in Reading. Deputy council leader Cllr Tony Page added: "There's still a huge potential for getting more people cycling and it's important, particularly
[Reading Chronicle] - Reading borough transport leader Cllr Tony Page said the answer should be using Heathrow more efficiently, expanding Gatwick, Luton and Stanstead and improving the railways, including developing the HS2 project connecting London to Scotland.
[Reading Chronicle] - The warning from Reading Borough Council's transport leader, Cllr Tony Page, follows the Government's decision to suspend the bidding for the Great Western franchise while a review is carried out over the West Coast deal - dramatically halted by the