Councillor Neil Eustace
0121 722 3417
All about me
I have been a Councillor in Yardley since 1986 and during this period of time I have taken up thousands of individual problems and community issues with the City Council.
To ensure that I keep in touch with residents I deliver regular newsletters to inform residents about the action I have taken on their behalf. I also carry out regular surveys on local issues. The survey provides an opportunity for residents to pass their opinion on local services which are provided by the Council. All areas of concern are taken up with the appropriate Council department.
I also live in Yardley and therefore know the area very well and understand the issues that are of concern to local people.
My main interests are reducing crime, tackling anti social behaviour, housing issues and transportation issues.
I am always available to provide help or assistance on individual or community based issues. Please get in touch with me if you require help or assistance. I will as ever try my very best to help. I also welcome the opportunity to attend meetings of residents and community groups. By working in partnership we can together achieve improvements in the Yardley and Stechford areas.
I work very closely with my two Council colleagues, Barbara Jackson and Carol Jones. By working as a team we can and have achieved significant improvements in the Yardley and Stechford areas, but as always there is still more to be done.
Elected: Stechford and Yardley North Ward
Joined Council: 8 May 1986
Office Expires: 2016
Council Service: May 1986 to date
Political Party: Liberal Democrat
Committee Membership 2014-2015:
Licensing and Public Protection Committee,
Licensing Sub Committee C,
West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority.
Councillors also serve on their respective Ward Committee and District Committee
Liberal Democrats Birmingham Party
Liberal Democrats National Party
Statutory Register of Members Interests
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