Lichfield District Council

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Lichfield District Council
Founded1974 (1974)
Doug Pullen, Conservative
Deputy Leader
Iain Eadie, Conservative
First past the post
Last election
3 May 2019
Meeting place
Lichfield District Council House.jpg
District Council House, Lichfield
Council Logo

Lichfield District Council is a non metropolitan district council, which covers the district of Lichfield in Staffordshire, England. It was formed in 1974 from Lichfield City Council and Lichfield Rural District Council;[1] the council offices are located at the District Council House on Frog Lane (52°40′52″N 1°49′38″W / 52.681180°N 1.827103°W / 52.681180; -1.827103Coordinates: 52°40′52″N 1°49′38″W / 52.681180°N 1.827103°W / 52.681180; -1.827103), in the centre of Lichfield.

Since 2011, Lichfield has formed part of the Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership along with neighbouring authorities Birmingham, Bromsgrove, Cannock Chase, East Staffordshire, Redditch, Solihull, Tamworth and Wyre Forest.


  • Sport, leisure and recreation
  • Parks
  • Arts and tourism (including the Lichfield Garrick Theatre)
  • Housing advice
  • Housing and council tax benefits
  • Local plans
  • Planning and building control
  • Environmental health
  • Waste and recycling collections
  • Street cleaning
  • Licensing and inspections of food, taxis, etc.
  • Off street parking and car parks
  • Collection of council tax and business rates
  • Community safety and community development

Political control[edit]

The council is majority Conservative controlled[2] and the leader since 2019 has been Doug Pullen,[3] who succeeded Mike Wilcox.[2]

Before May 2011, the second largest group was the Liberal Democrat and Independent Alliance set up after the 2007 elections, they were made up of Liberal Democrat and independent councillors.[4]

At the 2011 elections the Conservatives retained overall control; the Liberal Democrats and Independent councillors lost all of their 7 seats at the election. Of the 56 seats, the council is divided between Conservatives (46) and Labour (10).[5]


Lichfield District’s 26 wards are:[6]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Lichfield City Council Background". Archived from the original on 27 September 2011. Retrieved 15 October 2011. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ a b "Lichfield District Council - Councillors". Retrieved 15 October 2011.
  3. ^ "All change at Lichfield District Council after Conservatives vote for new leader". 9 May 2019. Retrieved 21 May 2019.
  4. ^ Councillors by Political Party: Liberal Democrat and Independent Alliance
  5. ^ BBC News - Election 2011, retrieved 7 May 2011
  6. ^ "Councillors by Ward". Lichfield District Council. Retrieved 6 July 2011.

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