Lib Dem & Green Party MP candidates confirmed for Mobility 2025
The Mobility 2025 workshop is one of a series to be held across the UK, which aims to explore mobility needs and the requirements for transport in the sustainable cities of the future. The event will take place on Friday 17th February at Birmingham Council House.
Cllr James Burn was elected in Chelmsley Wood in May 2014. James is a registered social worker, and has worked in social care and housing for over a decade. He is passionate about seeing the vulnerable protected and the marginalised included at the heart of society. He is an active anti-poverty campaigner.
James is the Leader of the Green Party Group of Councillors.
Beverley Neilson is the Lib Deb candidate for the WM Major Beverley and worked over the past two decades to promote and aid the West Midlands. She created Birmingham Made Me (BMM) to promote and connect our region’s world-beating brands to even greater success.
She has experience in policy, campaigning and lobbying as Director, CBI West Midlands and CEO, Heart of England Tourist Board, a decade as Director, AGA Rangemaster plc and MD, Fired Earth, together with a further decade working in Higher Education working for both University of Warwick and Birmingham City University.