Councillor Razia Daniels

It is a huge honour and privilege to represent the most exciting ward of Cheshire West and Chester Council, Handbridge Park, which consists of Curzon Park, Westminster Park and Handbridge.

As ward Councillor I work very closely with my colleague Cllr Neil Sullivan and PCSO Chris Fox. We hold joint monthly street surgeries and deal with issues relating to crime, anti social behaviour, highways, green spaces, parking and planning. 

We also work very closely with Residents Associations, Friends of Meadows, Friends of Westminster Park, and Friends of Edgar's Field Park.  Recently we helped form a new group called Friends of Dukes Drive which is now becoming established.

We challenged the plans to release the Wrexham Road Site from the greenbelt in the Local Plan and now the Local Plan is approved we will continue to challenge and work with developers to ensure that residents concerns are addressed.

We will always continue to highlight residents concerns so please do get in touch if you have an issue, or a suggestion.


Handbridge Park Councillors Support New Post Office for Handbridge

Councillors Razia Daniels and Neil Sullivan (Handbridge Park) are delighted to inform you that Post Office will be opening a counter with a wide range of services in Handbridge in McColls, 1 Queen’s Park Road, Handbridge, Chester.

In a joint statement, the Councillors said:

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.