Councillor Paul Tilsley CBE
Paul Tilsley CBE
All about me
I have seen many changes during my 45 years as a local Liberal Democrat Councillor, representing first Aston then Sheldon Wards. When I was Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group, I helped drive and influence developments, both for the good of the city, and my local ward of Sheldon.
I have found it extremely rewarding to be a Councillor for Sheldon. During this period of time I have met many of you personally, and successfully resolved a considerable number of local issues.
I have worked constantly to represent your views and ensured that the Council offers you a first class service.
I have always kept you in touch with regular newsletters on local issues and the action I have taken on your behalf. This is essential if we are to work together to ensure that the Sheldon area is cleaner, greener and safer.
All residents have been provided with an opportunity on a regular basis to pass their views on Council services. Where shortfalls have been identified I have attempted to have them satisfactorily resolved.
As your Councillor, I believe that I should be available to provide help or assistance on individual and community issues. If there is an issue that you would like me to take up on you behalf please do not hesitate to get in touch. I will try my very best to help.
Elected: Sheldon Ward
Joined Council: 9 May 1968
Office Expires: 2026
Political Party: Liberal Democrat
Council Service: May 1968 to May 1982; May 1988 to date
Committee Membership 2022 - 2023:
Health and Social Care Overview & Scrutiny Committee,
Birmingham and Sandwell Joint Health Overview & Scrutiny Committee,
Resources Overview & Scrutiny Committee,
Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board,
The Local Covid Outbreak Engagement Board.
How to Contact Me
You can visit me at the advice surgeries below or contact me by telephone or email.
Advice surgeries are where you are able to visit your local Councillor for your Ward, with any issues or concerns that you have, please check who your local Councillor is before attending the advice surgery.
Councillors will always try to attend their advice surgeries; however there may be times, when an advice surgery has to be cancelled or changed at short notice. There is no legal requirement for Councillors to keep the advice surgery open for the full time.
Sheldon Ward Councillors Operate a Rota -
1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month, 6.30pm
Stanville Primary School, Stanville Road, Sheldon, Birmingham, B26 3YN.