Passengers traveling in taxis and private hire vehicles (PHVs), including app-based services, will be kept safer under tough new licensing standards that are set to be introduced in Wirral, following new Government advice to all local councils.
Many local residents have written to us highlighting roads in need of repair and the council has received up to £1 million for such works. Across Wirral West and South there are many roads included in the plan. You can find a full list attached below.
Conservatives in Wirral have welcomed the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme, which will give people in Wirral up to 50 per cent off their bills in restaurants, cafes and pubs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August.
In a dramatic last-minute decision, Wirral’s outgoing Cabinet has agreed with demands from the Conservative Councillors to delay the reintroduction of parking charges on the Borough’s high streets and country parks.
Conservative Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Bob Teesdale has welcomed the announcement that Merseyside Police will receive nearly £550,000 in extra funding as part of the Government’s £25 million Safer Streets Fund – delivering on a key Conservative manifesto commitment.