The councils

Bromsgrove District Council and Redditch Borough Council have worked in partnership since 2008 and formally established a shared single management team in 2010.

Both councils have outlined similar visions:

Bromsgrove District Council: to enrich the lives and aspirations of all our residents, businesses and visitors through the provision of high quality services, ensuring that all in need receive appropriate help and support.


Redditch Borough Council: to enrich the lives and aspirations of our residents, businesses and visitors through the provision of efficiently run and high quality services, ensuring that all in need receive appropriate help, support and opportunities.

Bromsgrove DC’s Council Plan outlines how it will deliver this vision by working to deliver our key priorities:

  • Economic development & regeneration
  • Skills for the future
  • Improving health & well being
  • A balanced housing market
  • Reducing crime & disorder
  • Financial stability
  • High quality services
  • Sustainability

The current political structure at Bromsgrove DC is made up as follows:

  • Conservative - 17
  • Independent - 6
  • Liberal Democrat - 3
  • Labour - 3
  • Charford Residents’ Association - 1
  • Wythall Residents’ Association - 1

Redditch BC’s Council Plan also outlines its Community Priorities as:

  • Economic development & regeneration
  • Housing growth
  • Skills
  • Improved health & wellbeing
  • Community safety & tackling anti-social behaviour

Redditch BC’s political structure is made up of two parties:

  • Conservative - 18
  • Labour - 11

 

 

Together, we employ around 1,000 people. Both councils working together have successfully shared services, including a single management team and chief executive, whilst maintaining their own unique identities and providing high quality, cost effective services that are responsive to our customer needs.

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