Councillor Lobbying

Harry Blood, WAG Chaiman, delivering the WAG Alternative Masterplan to the District Council.
  • A printed copy of the WAG Alternative Masterplan document was delivered to all 56 Staffordshire Moorlands district councillors to assist in their understanding of the issues relating to the development proposals.
  • Copies of the document were circulated by e-mail to parish council clerks in the Staffordshire Moorlands for the information of all parish councillors.
  • Support is ongoing to District Councillor Linda Malyon in her bid for Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB) status for the Churnet Valley.
  • Support has also been sought from Staffordshire County Councillors Atkins and Worthington in connection with a “Quiet Lanes” initiative put forward by WAG with the aim of preventing an increase in traffic problems on the valley’s narrow lanes.  More detail on the initiative is provided on the Quiet Lanes page.
  • WAG intends to further reach out to councillors through either a road show or centralised meeting to deliver a presentation and provide an opportunity for discussion on issues raised by the WAG Alternative Masterplan.