Better Council services

Our Plan:

We believe the Council's primary purpose is to deliver services that people need, at a price they can afford to pay, while at the same looking after our most vulnerable residents.

So far, Wirral's Conservatives have:

Nationally, Conservatives have:

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News

Victory in Post Office battle

News that sub-postmasters and postmistresses have won a legal battle against the Post Office has been welcomed by a Wallasey councillor.

Wallasey put first for new street lights

After a three year campaign by local councillors, the new streetlight programme is finally underway and communities in Wallasey are top of the list.

Report reveals Town Hall's £29 million pay out

A report to Wirral Councillors has revealed how the ‘cash strapped’ Authority has paid out £28.9 million but without an audit trail to show who authorised the spending.

Good news as The Warren privatisation plan dropped

The Town Hall’s controversial plan to privatise the running of municipal golf courses at Arrowe Park and The Warrens in Wallasey has been dropped, following an outcry from course users and local Conservative councillors.

Nominate a road or pavement that needs action

Last year, Wirral Council was given an extra £1.4 million by the Government to fix more pot holes in our roads.  

This money is now being spent but there is still more to do and, for the next programme of repairs, we'd like to know if your road or pavement needs to be included.