Not a political party, just people proud to be independent.

Neil Gregory and Richard Pavitt represent the two-seat ward of Littlebury, Chesterford and Wenden Lofts including Chrishall, Duddenhoe End, Elmdon and Strethall.

We were first elected in 2019 as part of a massive community-led swing away from Westminster politics towards independent representation. The reasons for that change are as valid today as they were then, perhaps even more so.

At the 2023 District Council elections we were returned with an increased share of the vote and the highest individual candidate votes in the district.

This level of community support is immensely gratifying and also humbling. We believe councillors should work for the benefit of the community, not party loyalty or vested interests. At times there will be hard decisions to be taken that will not please everyone but as a resident you need to be confident those decisions are made for the right reasons.

We look forward to your continued support.

Updates, events, and thoughts

PFCC: what for?

The next sewage scandal

Local Plan Consultation

Here we go again!

Letter to our MP

Thinking about Think Tanks

Face the Faceless

Dirty water profit

Cambridge dragon

The Energy Cap

A Long Journey

Local Plan alert

Stansted night flights

Rural energy

Poo Time Again!

Reasons to vote

And now the truth

Reality engineering

Decade of decline

Honesty Matters!

The market can’t deliver

It’s in the DNA

Pollution test results

Cambridge congestion charge

No help at all

Death of a river

Land use strategy

Protect Democracy

Dysfunctional planning

Dodgy money cover-up

Govt insult to democracy

Another water scandal

Water crisis ahead

Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow?

Green or brown?

Sewage in rivers: Legal?!

Stink in The Commons

Aim high

River sacrifice

Serfs don’t vote Tory

Talking sense, at last!

It won’t work

Water quality scandal

Lies or incompetence?

Look back in anger

Democracy under threat

Halfway mark

Time to rethink

Council housing demise

New housing overload?

River pollution

Another mutant algorithm?

Water & Rivers

21st century slums?

Scandal?

New horizons

Policing: a perfect storm

Review farm subsidies

At the coal face

Airport bully tactics

Look after Britain better

The first 100 days

Local Plan exam: stage 1

Message to Government

School transport

Uttlesford’s future

Who does UDC work for?

A street level view

Whose Flag?