Kill Speed on Linthouse Lane!
There has been much concern about the speed motorists travel along Linthouse Lane in Wednesfield. This has been a longstanding problem, since the Automatic Speed Cameras were turned off, several years ago. Local residents have been voicing their concerns as accident after accident continues to occur. Your Wednesfield North Councillors have been in contact with […]
£500m Investment Plan – Building a Thriving City!
Elections are important, and we are looking forward to the 2nd of May here in Wolverhampton. We have been busy as a Labour led Council, in building for the future. As part of that planning for the future investments of £500m for new apartments, retail and leisure spaces at the designated City Centre West and […]
Wednesfield North Ward is no longer dominated by City Council’s Social Housing sector.
Take a look how Wednesfield North Ward profile is changing The Wednesfield North Housing Profile is – Private home ownership is 65% The private rented sector is 11.4% Socially rented sector is now 22.8% Ward Profile – These are the sectors that employ the most people living in Wednesfield North – Top sector is Education […]
Labours Commitment -A New Wolverhampton City Learning Quarter!
Labours 2021 Election Manifesto for the City of Wolverhampton stated that ‘Kids’ would have “No more Cuts in our children’s services, and that we would invest more than £2m to ensure that activities and services will again return to all our communities.” We delivered on that commitment. The City Labour Group is now going to […]
Request for Scrutiny- Efficiency and Effectiveness Local City Bus Services
As Chair of the City of Wolverhampton’s Scrutiny Board, I have this week requested Officials to list the following work for an ” enquiry into the efficiency and effectiveness of local bus services as they serve the city and as they integrate with train and tram.”
Susan Vickers 21st ‘Star’ in Ashmore Park Walk of Stars!
Councillor Phil Bateman MBE said, “Today I am welcoming Susan Vickers, as the 21st ‘Star’ in the Ashmore Park Walk of Stars. Susan is well qualified to become a Member due to her early years living and being educated here in Ashmore Park. Those early years are encapsulated in her book . Today Susan delivers […]
Severn Trent Boundary Box – Rocester Ave Wednesfield. Temporary Closure.
Please find details below regarding the proposed temporary closure of Rocester Avenue, Wednesfield North, Wolverhampton. (A Date for Your Diary) • Rocester Avenue service road closed between properties 21a & 29. Access/Egress to frontages maintained. The closure can be viewed on One.Network via this link – https://one.network/?tm=137419585 It is anticipated that the above closure will […]
Two Key Wednesfield North Highways Project for Cabinet Next Week.
Next week the Cabinet will have on its agenda for debate and discussion two items that will affect Wednesfield North residents. A road safety improvement proposal to spend £50,000 on Linthouse Lane. Also a £417,000 project to resurface the Amos Lane. Both schemes have been called for by Wednesfield North Councillors. So its pleasing to […]
Talking about Commonwealth Day!
As today wanes into Tuesday the 12th March. I look back on the day with some good memories being sparked into life, following the ceremony. Mary and I chatted about our attendance this morning. It was a good ceremony with the Commonwealth flag being raised by Wolverhampton’s Mayor, and the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of the […]
Raising the Commonwealth Flag in Wolverhampton
#Wolverhampton #CommonwealthDay It was with great pleasure for Mary and I , to join the Mayor of Wolverhampton and the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of the West Midlands, on the Commonwealth’s own 75th Anniversary in our Wolverhampton. The Commonwealth has 56 Countries who are members, the membership are strong on environmental resilience, and marine sustainability. The […]

Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more