Councillor Keith Board

Keith has a reputation for getting things done and helping local residents. His main drive is to make Great Boughton the best ward to live in, whether you’re raising a young family or enjoying your retirement.

Keith works alongside his ward colleague, Pamela Hall, to realise local residents’ ambitions for Great Boughton. These include preventing unwanted development on the Green Belt, delivering improvements to local roads and pavements, and supporting local residents in being able to travel throughout the ward and in to Chester city centre.

Over the coming years, Keith will continue to work alongside Pamela to push for further improvements to roads and pavements as well as the enhancement of our open spaces, particularly at Caldy Valley Nature Park and Sandy Lane Aqua Park.

Prior to retiring, Keith spent a working lifetime in electricity production.

News

Help Us Save Free Parking!

Our Labour-run Council is planning to deliver a hammer blow to our town centre. They’ve decided to remove free parking in Northwich, Frodsham, Helsby and Tarporley and scrap the ‘Free after 3’ scheme in Chester and Ellesmere Port.

Chester Conservatives Deliver Petition to Keep Free After 3

Chester Conservatives have delivered a petition to Cheshire West & Chester Council to keep Free After 3 parking in Chester.

You can read the contents of the letter below. Fill in your details on the left of the letter to keep up-to-date on this campaign.

Dear Cllr Dixon,

Chester Conservatives say "Keep Free After 3 Parking"

Labour controlled Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council are consulting on a new parking strategy for our area. Local residents and businesses have expressed alarm at the potential abolition of the popular and simple "Free After 3" parking available in a number of car parks in the city.

Cllrs Hall & Board Act on Traffic Concerns

Cllr Pamela Hall and Cllr Keith Board recently attended a meeting alongside local residents with highways officers to discuss the difficulties and conflicting priorities faced by pedestrians, cyclists and road users at the Boughton Heath / A41 / A55 Junction.

Update from Great Boughton Conservatives

In response to many residents concerns, Councillor Pamela Hall campaigned for the A41 to be used as a pilot scheme for local people being able to decide local speed limits.