Mayor of Liverpool

Joe Anderson, OBE is the Mayor of Liverpool.

The mayor is elected by the residents of Liverpool for a four-year period and is responsible for the council's executive functions and the day-to-day running of the organisation. These include leading the city, building investor confidence and directing new resources to economic priorities.

As mayor, Joe has an ambitious plan for Liverpool: a strong and growing city, built on fairness.

The Inclusive Growth Plan is the Mayor's vision to make Liverpool one of the best cities in the world; a city that is known for its creative reinvention, passion, resilience, and its commitment to community and fairness. 

Mayor's cabinet

The mayor chairs the cabinet which is made up of nine members appointed by him with defined responsibilities or 'portfolios'.

The mayor is responsible for Corporate Regeneration, Finance and Strategic Projects.

Listed below are the councillors, alongside their cabinet roles.

Click on a councillor's name to find out more about them - including their surgery times, attendance record and contact details.

  • Wendy Simon (Deputy Mayor of Liverpool) Culture, Tourism and Events.
  • Lynnie Hinnigan (Deputy Mayor of Liverpool) Children's Services.
  • Barry Kushner - Housing and Regeneration Projects.
  • Paul Brant - Cabinet Member for Adult Health and Social Care.
  • Pam Thomas - Inclusive and Accessible City.
  • Liz Parsons - Communities and Partnerships.
  • Barbara Murray - Education.
  • Sharon Connor - Regeneration and Highways.
  • Laura Robertson-Collins - Environment and Sustainability.