Election results for Oxton (Lib Dem Hold), Bebington (Labour Hold), Bromborough (Labour Hold)

Election results for Oxton (Lib Dem Hold), Bebington (Labour Hold), Bromborough (Labour Hold)

Election results for Oxton (Lib Dem Hold), Bebington (Labour Hold), Bromborough (Labour Hold)

                         

Oxton ward (declared at 12:08)

Name of candidate Party Votes
Alan BRIGHOUSE Liberal Democrat 1,620
Angela Joy DAVIES Labour 1,483
David MARTIN UKIP 563
Peter HARTLEY Conservative 310
Liz HEYDON Green 250

Lib Dem Hold

Bebington ward (declared at 12:11)

Name of candidate Party Votes
Walter SMITH Labour 2,165
Des DRURY Conservative 1,013
Hilary Jane JONES UKIP 873
Anthony SMITH Green 289
Peter Leslie FAULKNER Liberal Democrat 110

Labour Hold

Bromborough ward (declared at 12:21)

Name of candidate Party Votes
Irene WILLIAMS Labour 1,709
Sue COLQUHOUN UKIP 772
Peter Charles TAYLOR Conservative 469
Penelope Ruth GOLBY Liberal Democrat 247
Percy HOGG Green 225

Labour Hold

Council Excellence Overview and Scrutiny Committee – 31/1/2011 Part 11 – Strategic Change Programme update (continued)

Cllr Brighouse said that he welcomed the report. He said it was “driven by the actions of the Chancellor of the Exchequer”. He said it was also about “how we innovative and find new savings” in removing “the dead hand of bureaucracy”. He wanted to look to simplify systems. He asked how Wirral Council would reward the movers and shakers? He said it was important that the Strategic Change Program Board didn’t fall behind. In relation to the Strategic Change Program Board he asked if they see their role as challenging ideas and pushing people to go a bit further?

Cllr Green said there in relation to the remuneration package that there was public concern about “fat cats”. There were sure methods of identifying talent at a senior level for example people like Dave. He said Dave could answer the key point about bureaucracy and creativity. The approach had been primarily to get everything on the table. Then they would look at capacity and take things forward if they had the right benefits.

He wanted to make sure as some projects originally had no benefits. Things were still moving forward and there was an area for creativity. Space was still available. There were a number of staff on higher education courses.

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