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.
Steve is passionate about Moreton and Saughall Massie as he has lived in the ward all of his life. At the Town Hall he is the Party spokesperson on the Business Overview and Scrutiny committee, the Chair of the Highways representation panel, the Members Steering Group and the Licensing Act Committee.
Outside the Town Hall, Steve is a Governor at Foxfield Special School, and sits on the committees of the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority, Mersey Dee Alliance and Mersey Port Health Authority. He is the Chair of Moreton Health Clinic’s Patient Partner Group and is also on the Wirral Branch committee of the National Association of Retired Police Officers.
Steve’s ambitions for the ward include the regeneration of the shopping and business areas, the continuance of good schools, doctors, dentists and better maintenance of the roads and pavements.
Steve has been married 39 years, has 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren, and has been a keen Everton supporter since the age of 8.
Our plan for Wirral:
- Protecting our environment
- Tackling Town Hall waste
- Improving council services
- Putting more police on the streets
- Supporting local shops and town centres
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