This week, ahead of the forthcoming County Council Elections on 4th May Labour County Councillors launched Labour's vision for Gloucestershire.
Labour in Gloucestershire is promising to deliver truly public services based on the need for a cooperative, compassionate and efficient county council.
Working together for equality and opportunity across our county
Labour's five key policies in the campaign running up to the County Council elections on 4th May are:
To bring back control of Gloucestershire’s roads from its Highways contractor AMEY.
To create a countywide transport body that will be made up of elected members, officers and residents.
To re-invest in Early Years Intervention programmes such as children centres.
To work with all public bodies to continue to build truly affordable homes on Council owned brownfield land.
To create a County Council cooperative care company to deliver outstanding care to every resident, not just a few.
Read the full Labour Party Manifesto for the County Council Elections on 4 May by clicking here