People

Cllr. Russell Mellor

Russell has served the Copers Cope Ward since 1998 and previously for Bromley Common and Keston Ward from 1978 until 1986. Russel is the lead Member for Ward planning matters, currently serving on two Planning Committee's. Russell has also served on Senior Positions within the Council, he is currently involved in the future planning designations for the Borough through his Membership of the Local Development Advisory Framework Panel formulating the Local Plan. Russell is married with two sons, both of whom were educated within the Ward.

Cllr. Alexa Michael

Alexa was born in 1969 and has lived in Bromley all her life. She was educated at a girls’ private school in Bromley and holds degrees from the University of East Anglia and University College London. A qualified librarian, Alexa works as a Business Information Executive at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the City of London. She has represented Bromley Common & Keston Ward since 1994. She is well known locally and has a reputation for getting things done.

Cllr. Neil Reddin

Neil has served as a local Councillor for the ward since 1998.  He has a long association with the area, having been born in Mason's Hill, spent part of his childhood in Hayes and lived for a number of years near Hayesford Park.Neil has served as a Cabinet Member for Leisure & Culture, Community Safety and Resources, and is now Vice-Chairman of the Education Policy Development and Scrutiny Committee. Neil is dedicated to putting Hayes and Coney Hall first and, with his two colleagues, ensure that the ward 'punches above its weight' on the Council.

Cllr. Michael Tickner

Michael Tickner is an experienced and active local Councillor who has represented Beckenham residents for a number of years. He lives off Court Downs Road and commutes to London from Beckenham Junction every day.He has wide experience of Planning and Traffic Management issues, and is currently Chairman of the Beckenham Town Centre group which has successfully led the bid to secure £4.3m funding for a major public realm improvement.  New sign posts and litter bins have already appeared in the High Street.

Cllr. Stephen Wells

Born in 1957 in Chingford, North London, Stephen attended Grammar school and then London University, Imperial College, obtaining Degrees in Geology and Chemistry, and later Geophysics. At university he meet Carol, a mathematician and now school-teacher and they married in 1988.