We will also adopt a brownfield first building policy – and stop Labour’s plans for destroying the city’s valuable park land.
The Labour administration is piling on costs but failing to deliver the basics – to the frustration of residents.
This isn’t about protecting the environment – it’s about making life hell for hardworking motorists.
With sufficient campaigning resource, we believe that we can bring the days of this failing Labour administration to a timely end.
Labour wants a new tax that would add extra cars and pollution to some of the areas where air quality is already the worst in the City.
The crisis is bound to put a further strain on Birmingham’s finances. The timetable for the Commonwealth Games was already very tight.
The relocation of a National Express bus depot for the Commonwealth Games athlete’s village will cost £15.5m – eight times more than budgeted.
The structure and management of the council needs total reform. I would reduce the current 101 councillors to around 30.
These are my observations as to how we can up our export game – here are the two game changers. They go together and feed off each other.