Stockport Labour's Covid Recovery Budget 2021/22

Councils nationwide have lost £15bn in government funding since 2010. But we recognise how hard people have been hit by COVID.
 
That's why our COVID recovery budget has the third lowest rise in Council Tax in the North West and is investing in jobs and services, not cutting them.
 
Council Tax is regressive and unfair. The government need to fund councils properly instead of asking residents to keep coughing up to plug the gaps.

Stockport Labour’s Covid Recovery Budget announced.

  • Focus on Economic Recovery; Investment in Town centre development, affordable house building, school provision, walking and cycling schemes and a district centre covid recovery fund.
  • Support for our Communities; Funding to enable digital inclusion, increasing Open+ provision in our libraries, funding for extra mental health support and reducing health inequalities, increase Youth Services capacity to tackle ASB and a proposal for a new Hopes Carr/Covid memorial.
  • Tackling Climate Change; Funding for Solar PV installation, Electronic Vehicle infrastructure, orchards and tree planting and an investment in play areas, formal sports provision and maintenance.

 

Your Edgeley & Cheadle Heath Labour Councillors

CLLR SHEILA BAILEY 442 8695 – 07503 614962

cllr.sheila.bailey@stockport.gov.uk

CLLR PHILIP HARDING 442 8695 – 07496 099586

cllr.philip.harding@stockport.gov.uk

CLLR MATT WYNNE   07955 692758

cllr.matt.wynne@stockport.gov. 

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Stockport's Labour MP Navendu Mishra

Due to the current restrictions Navendu is not able to hold surgeries but you can contact him in several ways:  

Facebook - www.facebook.com/NavenduForStockport/

Email:  navendu.mishra.mp@parliament.uk 

Bus. phone:  0207 219 3000

Twitter :  @NavPMishra

Write To: House of Commons, London SW1A OAA

 

  

Edgeley and Cheadle Heath Ward

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