Exeter Conservatives this week launched their local election manifesto. Launching the manifesto, outside of the Customs House, on the Quay, Group Leader Cllr Andrew Leadbetter said that the manifesto was "A really different document that could show what a difference Conservatives could make in Exeter."
The launch was attended by Cllr Keith Sparkes, representing Topsham, and Peter Holland, representing St Loyes. Both are seeking re-election on the 5th May 2022.
You can download a copy of the manifesto, from the attachments section, just below.
The manifesto has ten themes.
1. Economic Stability.
2. Net Carbon Zero 30
3. Refuse and Recycling
4. Planning and Housing
5. The City Centre
6. Our Green Environment
7. A Conservative led Council - Our first 100 days.