Jack Brereton launches five point plan to help build a brighter future for Stoke residents

Jack Brereton, Conservative by-election candidate for Stoke-on-Trent Central, has launched his plan to build a brighter future for local residents.

Jack, the Stoke City Council cabinet member for Regeneration, Heritage and Transport, is born and bred in Stoke and lives locally with his wife Laura.

Jack developed his plan through his local knowledge and by talking to residents, businesses and community groups throughout the area.

If elected on 23rd February he will:

·         Make a success of Brexit

·         Secure investment and more local jobs

·         Improve the city’s infrastructure

·         Take action on crime and anti-social behaviour

·         Continue his firm commitment to the area

Speaking about his plan, Jack said: “As the only local candidate in this by-election with a track record of delivering for Stoke, I understand our city and my five point plan will build a brighter future for local residents.

“It is essential we get on with the job of leaving the European Union. We need to make things fairer for ordinary working people here in Stoke by getting control over the number of people coming here from the European Union. That is why I give my full backing to the Prime Minister’s plan to make a success of Brexit.

“I want more investment and local jobs for people like the new Enterprise Zone which will create 9,000 new jobs and I helped secure as a Stoke City Council Cabinet Member. 

“We must improve infrastructure and I am already getting the Joiners Square roundabout rebuilt which will cut jams, with money secured to improve roads near the station and for extra lanes near the Sixth Form College.

“I will also work with police to crackdown on crime and anti-social behaviour, and I’m making sure the local police patrol our town centres properly to crack down on street drinking.

“This plan is a pledge to the people of Stoke-on-Trent Central of what I have achieved and what I want to achieve as the Member of Parliament.”