Your local Camden Town with Primrose Hill Conservative team is:
As a Camden tenant myself - and having been involved in the local Tenants and Residents Association for the last six years - I know what it’s like to battle with the Council’s housing department for better services for our tenants.
I am Camden born and bred, having lived in Camden my entire life and having been educated at local state schools. I now live in Chalk Farm.
I’m the chairman of the Talacre after-school club and know the needs facing young families. I’m also a trustee of St Pancras Almshouses, which house older residents.
I haven’t just lived locally all my life, but contributed to the community and stood up for Camden residents for decades. I want to be your councillor so I can stand up for you.
I’ve lived in both Camden Town and Primrose Hill over the last 15 years, and my son goes to school locally. I care deeply about ensuring our area is fit for families and the future.
I'm a company director, having previously worked as a television reporter and producer. I completed an LLC at City University, the LPC at the College of Law and an MBA at Cass Business School.
I feel very lucky to have been able to live and work all over the world and consider London to be one of the best cities around. That’s why my priorities are cleaner air and better enforcement of the licensing policy so residents are put first.
I was born in Camden and have lived in North London my whole life: now living in Chalk Farm. I love our community and want to preserve what’s best about it and improve what I can: whether it’s cleaner air or cleaner streets.
Having been a renter in London for years, I’m concerned about helping people that are trying to get onto the housing ladder. Renters need someone on Camden Council that will deliver for them.
That’s another reason I’m deeply concerned by the proposed 17-storey development on the Morrisons site, which will blight our community and deliver very limited affordable housing.
I want to hold Camden Council to account and ensure Camden Town and Primrose Hill get a good deal from the Council.