Paul Hayes

Councillor for Wallasey Ward
Spokesman on the Liverpool City Region Transport Committee ('Merseytravel')

Paul Hayes was first elected to Wirral Council in 2007, representing Wallasey Ward.  Paul is a member of the Transport Committee of Liverpool City Region.

Paul was called to the Bar by Middle Temple and currently works in communications for a large brand.

Paul lives in Wallasey Village and has campaigned on various issues on behalf of his community, ranging from the campaign to save Wallasey Village Library when it was threatened with closure by the Labour Council, to calling on the Council to do more to improve the facilities on council owned sport’s fields (which our grassroots teams have endured for far too long).

Paul's current campaigns include:

  • Pushing the Town Hall to apply for some of the new £13m fund for play areas and parks
  • Opposing Labour's Dog Ban Plan
  • Fighting for a fair share of the Town Hall's budget for road and pavement repairs




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Wallasey Newsline March 2019 863.77 KB
Resident survey February 2019 513.51 KB
Wallasey Newsline January 2019 233.7 KB
Grove Road Post Office petition 619.63 KB
Reporting Back - November 2018 453.4 KB
Notes and map from meeting regarding camper vans on the prom 1.82 MB
Newsline (September 2018) for Wallasey 1.84 MB
Newsline (January 2018) for Wallasey 705.75 KB
Newsline (November 2017) for Wallasey Ward 373.12 KB

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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. 

Council urged to drop 'unfair' trade waste fines

Wirral Council has been urged to 'get off the backs' of traders and small businesses in the Borough, after a stream of complaints about unfair charges and fines being imposed by their chosen contractor, Kingdom.  An online petition against the fines has also been launched by Councillor Paul Hayes

Residents fight to save local wildlife habitat

Residents and local councillors are set to oppose a planning application which could see the building of two homes on a former market garden site in Wallasey which resident’s say is the home of a local bat population.

See Also

Bruce Berry

Councillor for Moreton West and Saughall Massie Ward
Member of the Merseyside Fire & Rescue Authority

Bruce was elected as councillor for Moreton West and Saughall Massie in May 2014 and re-elected in May 2018, with a swing of 10.4% from Labour to Conservative.  

Chris Blakeley

Councillor for Moreton West and Saughall Massie Ward

Chris Blakeley was first elected as Councillor for Moreton and Saughall Massie in 2000 and then re-elected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. He is currently the Conservative Group Chief Whip and he also serves on the Environment Overview and Scrutiny Committee

Ian Lewis

Councillor for Wallasey Ward
Former councillor for Leasowe & Moreton East (2008-14)

Ian Lewis was elected to Wirral Council in 2016, representing Wallasey Ward, and the seat originally held by former Councillor Kate Wood.  Before that, he was the first-ever Conservative Councillor for Leasowe & Moreton East (2008-12 and 2013-14). 

Lesley Rennie

Councillor for Wallasey Ward
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Councillors
Spokesman on the Merseyside Fire & Rescue Authority

Lesley Rennie is one of our local councillors representing Wallasey Ward on Wirral Council. 

Steve Williams

Councillor for Moreton West and Saughall Massie Ward
Spokesman on the Business Overview & Scrutiny Committee
Member of the Merseyside Waste & Recycling Authority

Steve Williams was first elected as Councillor for Moreton West & Saughall Massie in 2009, then re-elected in 2011, 2015 and 2019. Since retiring as a Police Officer in 1999 Steve has run his own computer business.