Councillor Cyril Liddy

  • General
  • Allowances & Expenses
  • Election History
  • Party History
  • Ward History
  • Members Interests
  • Committees
  • Outside Bodies
  • Training History
  • Hospitality & Gifts
  • Locality Budget
03 May 2012
First Elected::
03 May 2012
Councillor Liddy was elected as a member of the Labour and Co-operative Party and is a member of the Labour Group on the Council.  
Job Title:
Basic Allowance £7,115.66, Chair Planning Committee Special Responsibility Allowance £7,471.45

Election History

Thu 3 May 2012 Sun 9 May 2021 Not re-elected

Party Representation History

PartyRepresentation FromRepresentation To
Labour and Co-operativeThu 3 May 2012 Sun 9 May 2021

Ward Representation History

WardRepresentation FromRepresentation To
Wivenhoe QuayThu 3 May 2012 Sun 8 May 2016
WivenhoeMon 9 May 2016 Sun 9 May 2021

Current Committee Memberships

Not a current member of any Committee.

Past Committee Memberships

CommitteeRoleJoining DateLeaving Date
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Council Member22 May 201309 May 2021
Scrutiny Panel Substitute22 May 201309 May 2021
Crime and Disorder Committee Substitute22 May 201309 May 2021
Planning Committee Chairman25 May 201609 May 2021
Trading Board Substitute16 June 201422 May 2018

Current Outside Body Appointments

Not a current member of any Outside Body.

Past Outside Body Appointments

Not a past member of any Outside Body.

Personal Register of Interests

Meeting Declarations

Committee NameMeeting DateNature 
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Planning Committee19 June 2014Non-Pecuniary View
Council21 October 2015Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee30 June 2016Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee14 July 2016Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee25 August 2016Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee20 October 2016Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee03 November 2016Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee05 January 2017Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee19 January 2017Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee16 March 2017Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee13 April 2017Non-Pecuniary View
Planning Committee27 July 2017Non-Pecuniary View
Wed, 10 Feb 2021Social Media Training - Braintree District Council 
Thu, 21 Jan 2021Vaccination Programme 
Mon, 7 Dec 2020Budget Workshop  
Tue, 6 Oct 2020GDPR Training 
Mon, 5 Oct 2020Budget Workshop 
Wed, 26 Aug 2020Budget Workshop 
Tue, 4 Aug 2020Budget Workshop 
Fri, 22 May 2020Remote Meeting Training for Committee Chairs 
Tue, 11 Feb 2020Garden Communities Briefing 
Mon, 13 Jan 2020Neighbourhood Teams Briefing 
Mon, 4 Mar 2019Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Briefing 
Thu, 29 Nov 2018Local Plan Viability 
Mon, 26 Nov 2018Colchester Borough Homes Briefing 
Wed, 14 Nov 2018Local Plan Housing Numbers and Objectively Assessed Need  
Mon, 10 Sep 2018Social Media Training 
Tue, 19 Jun 2018Universal Credit and Colchester Update 
Mon, 11 Jun 2018Licensing Training 
Thu, 22 Mar 2018Dementia Awareness 
Tue, 20 Mar 2018General Data Protection Regulations Training 
Thu, 15 Mar 2018Planning Training 
Thu, 16 Nov 2017New Waste Technology 
Wed, 15 Nov 2017Planning Training 
Sat, 7 Oct 2017Labour Group Training Day 
Thu, 20 Apr 2017Sustainable Development Training 
Tue, 11 Apr 2017Bradwell New Nuclear programme briefing 
Mon, 27 Feb 2017Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and Modern Slavery 
Tue, 24 Jan 2017Planning Training 
Thu, 13 Oct 2016Managing Unauthorised Encampments in the Borough 
Tue, 12 Jul 2016Gang Violence in Colchester 
Mon, 27 Jun 2016Equality and Diversity Workshop 
Tue, 17 May 2016Planning Training 
Thu, 12 May 2016New Council Conference 
Tue, 15 Mar 2016Chairing Skills 
Tue, 1 Mar 2016Jumbo - Issues and Options Briefing 
Mon, 11 Jan 2016Planning Training 
Mon, 11 Jan 2016Air Quality Action Plan and Low Emission Strategy Briefing 
Thu, 29 Oct 2015Section 106, Community Infrastructure Levy, Affordable Housing and Viability 
Wed, 1 Jul 2015Universal Credit and Colchester 
Wed, 24 Jun 2015Equality and Diversity 
Thu, 18 Jun 2015Planning Committee and Planning Policy Basics 
Tue, 18 Nov 2014Briefing on CBC Website and Committee Management Information System 
Mon, 20 Oct 2014Local Government Boundary Commission: Warding Proposals briefing 
Thu, 11 Sep 2014Local Government Finance  
Tue, 2 Sep 2014Introduction to Local Government Finance 
Wed, 12 Mar 2014UCC FSR Briefing 
Mon, 27 Jan 2014Castle Reopening Communications Strategy 
Tue, 21 Jan 2014Channel Shift 
Mon, 20 Jan 2014Planning Training 
Tue, 8 Oct 2013UCC and FSR Briefing 
Tue, 30 Jul 2013Scrutiny Training 
Wed, 24 Jul 2013Local Government Finance Made Easy 
Mon, 8 Jul 2013Colchester Citizen's Advice Bureau 
Tue, 18 Jun 2013Welfare Reform Briefing 
Wed, 8 May 2013Surface Water Management Plan Briefing 
There are no hospitality and gift records for this member.

Please find below the 2020/21 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Liddy:

Date  Total Contribution  Description 
30/06/2020  £100 Money to help supply the vital food some residents require. Colchester Foodbank 
28/02/2021   £100 Supporting elderly residents of Wivenhoe - running costs. Wivenhoe Monday Club   
28/02/2021   £100 Improving Wivenhoe's green space - purchase of wildflowers and plants. Wivenhoe Biodiversity Group   
28/02/2021   £100 Supporting community-led renewable energy, running costs. Community Energy Wivenhoe   
28/02/2021  £100 Purchase of new oar. Wivgigs Rowing Club   
28/02/2021   £100 Supporting expansion of club - running costs. Wivenhoe Community Gig Rowing Team   
28/02/2021   £100 Toward recycling project - increasing plastic recycling in Wivenhoe. Wivenhoe Town Council   
28/02/2021   £1,000 Toward redevelopment of the basketball court at KGV playing field. Wivenhoe Town Council   
28/02/2021   £300 Toward running costs. Wivenhoe Congregational Church   



Please find below the 2019/20 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Liddy

Date  Total Contribution  Description   Category
31/01/2020  £142.85  Contribution toward new heating system. Wivenhoe Congregational Church OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING  
 31/01/2020 £142.85  A repair of the guttering and sofits, as well as replacing a notice board. Wivenhoe Methodist Church OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING  
 31/01/2020 £142.85  Support for the rental cost of workshop dedicated to supporting cycling. Wivenhoe Bike Kitchen 
 31/01/2020 £142.85  A monthly farmers' market. Transition Wivenhoe   GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING
 31/01/2020 £142.85  A free film festival in April 2020 giving local people the chance to see very different films and support local charities, and show-casing young people’s short films. Wivenhoe Film Theatre  OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING 
 31/01/2020 £142.85  Contribution - This group supports social activity among elderly folk at Stuart Pawsey Ct. Wivenhoe. Wivenhoe Community Tea Group   WELLBEING 
 31/01/2020  £142.85  This project will encourage volunteering, develop
community spirit, promote tourism and support wellbeing by enhancing
pride in the locality. Wivenhoe History Group 
 31/01/2020  £142.85  Contribution toward club expenses. Wivenhoe Monday Club  WELLBEING
 31/01/2020  £142.85  Contribution toward expenses. Colne Radio CIC  GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING
 31/01/2020  £142.85  Supporting Recycling initiative – to increase the amount of plastic Wivenhoe recycles. Wivenhoe Town Council   GROWTH
 31/01/2020  £142.85  Maintenance Costs. WivGigs Rowing Club   OPPORTUNITY
 31/01/2020  £142.85  The funding for a prickly hedge to protect the allotment gardens from intruders. Wivenhoe Gardens and Allotments Association   GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING
 31/01/2020  £142.85  Supporting the First Responders not for profit scheme. East of England Ambulance Service   GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING
 31/01/2020  £142.85  Upgrade sports lighting to LED. Wivenhoe Tennis Club   OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING


Please find below the 2018/19 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Liddy

Date  Total Contribution  Description   Category
31/01/2019  £375  Supporting 'Have A Go' Rows in Wivenhoe and Colchester in 2019, Wivenhoe Corsairs   GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING  
  £375  To purchase safety equipment for members of the expanding youth section, Wivenhoe Town Cricket Club     GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY WELLBEING  
  £375  Supporting the group and the social activity and events it provides to elderly residents, Wivenhoe Community Tea Group   WELLBEING 
  £375  Locally designed protection sign for St Mary's churchyard, protecting areas grown to encourage wildlife, Wild About Wivenhoe (Transition Wivenhoe)   OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING 
  £375  Purchase of screen printing frames suitable for printing onto fabric, suitable squeegees, backing boards and clamps - encouraging education about recycling, Printworks (Transition Wivenhoe)   GROWTH OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY
  £125  Providing educational material re germ cell cancer at Freshers Week 2019, The Robin Cancer Trust    WELLBEING 


Please find below the 2017/18 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Liddy

Date  Total Contribution  Description   Category
08/02/2018 £235  Replace / extend toy shed - Wivenhoe Baby and Toddler Group  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
  £120  Contribution towards improving access to building - Wivenhoe Branch, Royal British Legion  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
12/02/2018  £235   Contribution towards project - Off the Rails  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
  £235   To extend the trading hut - Wivenhoe Allotment and Garden Assoc.  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
  £235   Support for Milfields & Broomgrove to access programme - CORAM Life Education  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
  £235   Contribution towards club - Wivenhoe Community GIG Rowing Club
Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming
15/02/2018 £235   To Replace Apple Press - Transition Wivenhoe  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
  £235   Buy ICT Equipment - Wivenhoe Pre School  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 
  £235   Contribution to refurbish nottage  - Nottage Maritime  Vibrant, Prosperous, Thriving, Welcoming 


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