THE Liberal Democrat vision is for a better Warrington that is ambitious, active and aspirational. We believe in ‘One Warrington’ with fairness across the town.
We are proud of our record when we led the Council from 2006 to 2011 and we achieved a great deal. Much of the work carried out by the current Labour administration is built on the groundwork and foundations we put in place, such as most of the regeneration programme.
Warrington is an important and successful town. It has suffered less than its neighbours from the recession and is showing stronger signs of recovery. But there are neighbourhoods in the town amongst the poorest 10 per cent in the country. They should be benefiting from our more favourable economy.
Our three priorities for a better Warrington are a better environment, better communities and a better run Council. The financial climate is tough but often doing things differently can save money and lead to better services for residents. As an example we need to find more effective ways of repairing roads and filling potholes.
We want ‘a stronger Warrington, a fairer Warrington’ which mirrors our national message that Liberal Democrats are building a stronger economy and a fairer society.
Our manifesto may be downloaded from warringtonlibdems.org.uk