Improving Tamworth Town Centre

I am working with local traders and the local authority to make ambitious plans for our town centre a reality.  I back enterprise partnerships and am in support of Tamworth's bid for Future High Street Funding.

I hope that the local high street can soon provide a better leisure offer with more things to do and more restaurant style eateries, a greater variety of independent shops, provision for offices, housing and meeting spaces, boosting market footfall, whilst keeping the town centre clean and accessible for all.

If you have an idea to re-vitalise Tamworth Town Centre, please give your feedback in the Tamworth What's Next? Campaign by clicking here


Crime surveys in Spital ward

This week more crime surveys are being delivered to Spital Ward residents by Cllr Rob Pritchard and the Conservative team.

View From the House - September 9th

Hello and welcome back to my weekly View from the House for Tamworth Informed. The summer recess has been incredibly busy, with a lot of changes. I signed off my last View from the House saying there would be lots of news to report, I do not think I am wrong!

The Spending Review

Today the Chancellor set out a review on spending.  This is not a budget but an insight into a change in direction on public policy and Government spending.

New Changing Places Toilet

If you have passed through the Castle Grounds in the past few weeks, you would have noticed a lot of building going on.

Nominate the best small shops

The annual search to find Britain’s Best Small Shop, a competition managed by the Independent Retailers Confederation (IRC), is underway giving independent retailers the chance to showcase all that is special about their business to their local community and beyond.

Guide Dogs Campaign - Access All Areas

Christopher Pincher MP has supported a campaign to tackle discrimination against guide dog owners at an event in Parliament organised by the charity Guide Dogs.

Meeting litter ambassadors

This week one of our local litter ambassadors, Tina Clements visited Parliament for a Keep Britain Tidy event.  There are many local litter picking volunteers who are doing a fab job with supporting Tamworth and Lichfield Councils with keeping their areas clean and encouraging people to reduce, r

Takeaways to homes

This week, Westminster has axed more planning red tape, it will allow more homeowners to extend their properties quickly and easily without a full planning application and allow shops to change to office space and takeaway buildings to be converted to homes without undergoing a full planning appl

Changing Places Toilets

Chris Pincher has welcomed the launch of a consultation on improving the provision of Changing Places toilets.