Tree planting is exactly the kind of popular, nature-based project that we should be exploring across the election cycle.
Buckinghamshire Council has a zero-tolerance policy on fly tipping, which is now leading to successful prosecutions.
The version with a super-imposed triangular design celebrates hard-line transgender ideology.
These would allow individual streets, when a large majority of homeowners agree, to give themselves permission to increase the size of their houses.
But this electoral Titan has an Achilles heel – tax rises which, rather than planning or HS2, are the real threat to future Chesham & Amershams.
On the old electoral map, equally-sized seats was an unambiguous win for the Conservatives. But 2019 changes the calculation.
With economics, sleaze and environmentalism off the table, Labour is only left with the culture wars to fight the Tories on.
Local factors? The usual backlash against the party in power? Or a long-term trend away from the Conservatives in some of their heartlands?
The removal of the precept, a virtually guaranteed source of income, could well lead to greater fiscal prudence.
A single unitary model has worked well in those areas that have adopted it in recent years, including Dorset, Wiltshire, and Buckinghamshire.
I welcome the suggestion that local Associations should follow the lead that the National Convention took last weekend.
This is not something to dismiss lightly, and we must take this as a clarion call to action.