• Bob from Mailer
    Article: Sep 29, 2020
    By Cllr Bob Barr

    Warrington's latest investment in Together Energy, by acquiring customers from the failed Bristol Energy, needs more explanation than the Leader of the Council appears willing to give. For the Council's leadership to press on with investing hundreds of millions of borrowed pounds in ventures seen as risky and speculative without adequate explanation is breathtaking.

  • testandtracequestion
    Article: Sep 24, 2020
    By Simon Lepori


    Local Liberal Democrats have condemned the Government's testing, tacking and
    tracing system as being woefully inadequate.
    At the Warrington Council meeting on Monday they asked whether 'given the increase
    in COVID cases in Warrington and the problems with the national service, does the
    Council have any plans for setting up a local tracing service in case there are further
    restrictions in the town.'
    Opposition Spokesperson on Health, Councillor Ian Marks, says,

  • building height
    Article: Sep 24, 2020
    By Simon Lepori


    Labour councillors turned down a Liberal Democrat motion at the full Warrington Borough Council Meeting on Monday which would have ensured that all councillors and the public would be consulted on what should be appropriate heights for buildings in the Town Centre.

    Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group, Cllr Bob Barr, who proposed the Motion says, "The Town Centre MasterPlan, launched by the Leader of the Council earlier this year, showed images of a high-density mid-rise Town Centre. This was largely uncontroversial, as maximising the amount of housing within fifteen minutes of the Town centre would take pressure off the green belt, reduce car dependency and re-vitalise the town centre. All good aims.

  • yotn2020
    Article: Sep 24, 2020
    By Simon Lepori


    At its Meeting on Monday, Warrington Council gave its support to a Motion recognising the role of nurses and midwives.

    2020 was designated as the first ever global 'Year of the Nurse and Midwife' by the World Health Organisation in recognition of the work carried out across the world by health professionals.

  • SharonH
    Article: Sep 9, 2020

    Air quality in Warrington does not seem to be very high in Warrington Borough Council's priorities. A recent report by Manchester University called Setting Climate Commitments for Warrington indicates that the Council's Local Plan and its Transport Plan, known as LTP4, are in breach of the commitments enshrined in the 2015 Paris Agreement.

  • Ed Davey New Leader
    Article: Aug 27, 2020

    Join us today as we move forward with our new leader: https://www.libdems.org.uk/join-local-new…