Fairer and More Prosperous Economy

  • We will provide fair investment across the whole district.
  • We will develop a local growth plan by working with local businesses.
  • Introduce a Good Business Charter to celebrate the best of our local businesses.
  • Encourage internal investment through Community Wealth Building and local procurement.
  • Get the development of the Friarsgate site moving
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A Greener Future

  • Invest in recharging points to encourage electric car use.
  • Improve cycle parking facilities to support and encourage cyclists.
  • Work with local schools and community groups to achieve our Climate Emergency target.
  • Improve the waste to be recycled by working with residents – not against them.
  • We will also look at bringing back food waste recycling.
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A Safer Community

  • Work with our communities and partners to reduce anti-social behaviour.
  • Invest in activities for our young people.
  • Improve and update CCTV schemes where anti-social behaviour is a problem.
  • Help our local residents to make our streets safer.
  • Work with police and local communities to reverse the amount of car crime in our area.
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A Healthier District

  • Improve air quality by encouraging cycling, walking and better public transport.
  • Enable our residents to live healthy and active lives.
  • Support the relationship between communities and the health services they rely on.
  • Deliver top class leisure and sporting facilities for all our communities.
  • Support communities to establish regular sporting events
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A Great Place to Live

  • Encourage protection for renters, and support people aspiring to own their own home
  • Support development that meets the needs of local people.
  • Promote arts, culture and our rich and diverse heritage throughout the district.
  • We will work harder to involve the community to help us make better informed decisions
  • Ensure schemes like discretionary housing payments and local council tax support reach the people that they need to.
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Meet the Team

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We work for you

In 1995 Lichfield District became a Labour District Council and at the end of our four-year term the Conservatives inherited £24 million in the bank – that they squandered over the years they were in office. 

In 2023 voters have a chance to stop the waste – need we mention the failed Levelling Up Funding bid and the 20-year-old and still ongoing Lichfield City Centre redevelopment? 

We will make progress on this but will also ensure other parts of Lichfield District get support too. 

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