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“Front Office” – 2012 Update

I have received the latest stats for Councillors’ case-work submitted through the Council’s  “Front Office” system up to the end of April 2012. This is the end of the current Municipal year and so I have included the full year figures as well.

The main figures for the four months Jan-April 2012 are below, with the May 2011-April 2012 figures following in brackets:

Conservative

Cllr Sandra Vickers (Tilehurst) – 38 (75)

Cllr Isobel Ballsdon (Thames) – 35 (80)

Cllr Richard Willis (Peppard) – 28 (59)

Cllr Tom Stanway (Caversham) – 27 (42)

Cllr Azam Janjua (Church) – 24 (56)

Cllr Dave Luckett (Caversham) – 17 (35)

Cllr Tim Harris (Church) – 15 (34)

Cllr Emma Warman (Kentwood) – 10 (27)

Cllr Jenny Rynn (Kentwood) – 9 (33)

Cllr James Anderson (Kentwood) – 5 (11)

Cllr Fred Pugh (Mapledurham) – 5 (10)

Cllr Andrew Cumpsty (Caversham) – 4 (34)

Cllr Jeanette Skeats (Thames) – 3 (4)

Cllr David Stevens (Thames) – 2 (2)

Lib Dem

Cllr Daisy Benson (Redlands) – 31 (105)

Cllr Ricky Duveen (Tilehurst) – 24 (57)

Cllr Peter Beard (Tilehurst) – 8 (21)

Cllr Warren Swaine (Katesgrove) – 6 (14)

Cllr Rebecca Rye (Katesgrove) – 5 (35)

Cllr Glenn Goodall (Redlands) – 2 (37)

Labour

Cllr Tony Page (Abbey) – 82 (176)

Cllr Matt Rodda (Katesgrove) – 59 (107)

Cllr Jo Lovelock (Norcot) – 45 (132)

Cllr Mike Orton (Whitley) – 35 (74)

Cllr Sarah Hacker (Battle) – 33 (74)

Cllr Rachel Eden (Whitley) – 28 (95)

Cllr Pete Ruhemann (Southcote) – 28 (63)

Cllr Kelly Edwards (Whitley) – 27 (7)

Cllr John Ennis (Southcote) – 26 (72)

Cllr Paul Woodward (Church) – 22 (58)

Cllr Chris Maskell (Battle) – 14 (29)

Cllr Marion Livingstone (Minster) – 12 (18)

Cllr Bet Tickner (Abbey) – 11 (40)

Cllr Gul Khan (Battle) – 10 (38)

Cllr Paul Gittings (Minster) – 10 (32)

Cllr Deborah Edwards (Southcote) – 7 (27)

Cllr John Hartley (Park) – 5 (54)

Cllr Mohammed Ayub (Abbey) – 5 (15)

Cllr Peter Jones (Norcot) – 2 (11)

Cllr Graeme Hoskin (Norcot) – 1 (11)

Cllr Deborah Watson (Minster) – 0 (13)

Green

Cllr Rob White (Park) – 112 (434)

Cllr Melanie Eastwood (Park) – 20 (47)

Independent

Cllr Jamie Chowdhary (Peppard) – 24 (75)

Cllr Mark Ralph (Peppard) – 21 (64)

Once again each party has a spread of activity levels based on this one measure with Labour’s Cllr Watson picking up the booby prize. However, as I have stated before this is just one measure of Councillor activity and it should be borne in mind that some wards generate less casework than others and there are more ways of serving our constituents than just entering (sometimes trivial) cases onto the Front Office system.

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May 12, 2012 - Posted by | Local

1 Comment »

  1. Did not former Cllr Watson stand down at the recent Election on May 3rd? If so I am sure she has passed any open cases she had onto her Labour successor Liz Terry who held Minster Ward comfortably against some bloke from Sonning who’s leaflets (if any) have never come though my letterbox as compared to the frequent “Minster Matters” from the Labour Councilors. Minster Ward used to be Conservative and it could be won by that party but has to be worked and needs candidates who live in the Borough if not in the ward itself. A half yearly if not a quarterly Newsletter, and a candidate who lives in Reading would be a start.

    Comment by Steve Foley | May 12, 2012 | Reply


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