I am one of the three Councillors for Hayes & Coney Hall Ward having been elected to Bromley Council in May 2022 and am part of the Conservative Group.
I live locally with my wife, Gemma, and our two cats. I work in the financial services sector as my day job, working on Impact Investing – helping people use their investments to have a positive impact on society and the environment.
In the past I have served as School Governor, Public Governor of an NHS Foundation Trust and as a Charity Trustee – including as Vice-Chair of the British Youth Council. I also helped found a Rail Users Group locally to give commuters a more direct voice with rail operators.
I am a committed campaigner and, in the past, have campaigned to save local banks from closure, for improved road safety and for additional bus capacity on busy routes – including securing a new bus route. Having attended a school which failed OFSTED I am passionate about ensuring all children in the borough have the best start in life and celebrate Conservative-run Bromley Councils success at getting 97% of local schools rated either good or outstanding by OFSTED.
Following the elections in May 2022 I was appointed as the Executive Assistant for the Sustainability, Green Services and Open Spaces and through this role I attend the Environment and Community Services Policy Development and Scrutiny Committee and have led projects like improvements to Fix My Street and the repairs to the bridge in Kelsey Park. I am also Vice-Chairman of the Council’s Renewal, Recreation and Housing Policy Development and Scrutiny Committee.