Parry Batth

Wokingham Borough Council - Shinfield North
Executive Member for Environment and Leisure



Cllr Parry Batth declares war on those burning commercial waste late in the evenings and weekend. "We have the powers to catch and punish those responsible – and we won’t hesitate to do so.”

Lower Earley Library re-opening paused

Lower Earley library will remain closed as its staff are redeployed doing essential work to keep our vulnerable residents safe.

Thank you to Ramnik Saund

Wokingham Conservatives want to thank Ramnik Saund for his work as the chair of Wokingham Borough’s BME Forum. Mr Saund has sadly resigned due to various personal reasons, in particular the time commitment and other responsibilities.

Another new destination play park for families to enjoy

This is such an exciting time to live in Wokingham Borough.
We are building so many new facilities, including schools, major new roads, nature parks, leisure centres and now another new destination play park for families to enjoy.

Waterproof recycling bags to solve wet paper problem

A proposal to replace the existing black recycling boxes with waterproof recycling bags in Wokingham Borough was given the go ahead at last week’s special meeting of the council’s Executive committee (11 September). 

Thank You! Increased glass recyling

Cllr Parry Batth ( lead member for the environment) wants to thank Wokingham Borough residents for making the most of our bottle banks.

Between April and June this year we recycled almost 350 tonnes more glass than in the same months in 2019.



Waterproof sacks to replace black boxes for recycling

The waterproof sacks were found to be the most practical and effective option for keeping paper and card dry, while minimising cost and providing best-value for residents and retaining weekly collections.

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