Neil has served as a local Councillor for Hayes and Coney Hall 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.
Michael Tickner is an experienced and active local Councillor who has represented Copers Cope 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.
Having worked his entire and very successful career in the oil industry, Stephen is now retired. A lifelong member of the Conservative Party, Stephen became a Bromley Councillor in 2006 for the Copers Cope Ward where he lives.
Aisha was elected as a Councillor for Shortlands in 2018. She has worked in the housing sector for over five years in a variety of different communications and marketing roles and is currently leading the public affairs and policy activity for a central London housing association. Aisha has sat on a number of charity boards and currently sits on her local primary school board as well as the Board of Trustees of the Multi Academy Trust.
She’s a passionate advocate of women in business and politics and was one of the founders of the Conservative Young Women’s organisation and now sits on their advisory board. She also sits on the board of Women in Social Housing for Greater London which supports and encourages more women to enter and succeed in the sector.
Christine Harris represents Kelsey and Eden Park Ward. She is married with 2 grown up sons. She set up her own Accountancy business at home working around family commitments. She has always been hugely involved in the local community including 17 years as a Parent Governor and Officer of various PTA committees. For 13 years she has been chairman of a local Residents Association which has involved dealing with local planning issues. She has been Deputy Chair of Beckenham Conservative Association for 3 years.
Diane has lived in the Borough since 1967. A former pupil of Balgowan Primary and Langley Park Grammar School for Girls, Diane qualified as a physiotherapist from the Royal London Hospital in 1981 and worked locally in the NHS for 27 years.
Diane brings this local knowledge and skill set to her current role as the Executive Member and Portfolio Holder for Adult Care Services including
Housing and Public Health. She is also a member of the Health and Wellbeing Board and sits as the Local Authority representative on the Bromley
CCG Governing Body meetings.
Diane was first elected to serve as a Councillor for Kelsey and Eden Park Ward in 2010 and since that time has always been keen to serve residents dealing with issues as diverse as homelessness/housing, environmental issues such as missed bin collections. parking disputes and all Council functions in between.
Mark represents West Wickham Ward. He is currently a Retail Account Manager for a multi-national company and has worked in this sector for the past decade. Before this he was the owner of a Bromley Driving School for ten years. In his spare time Mark is a member of the West Wickham Safer Neighbourhood Panel, whose job it is to advise the West Wickham ward Police team about local community crime and disorder concerns, which then enables the ward Police team to decide promises and priorities which are intended to match community concerns.
Mary represents Shortlands Ward. Her interest in health resulted in her being elected as Chairman of the Adult Social Care Scrutiny Committee where she has become ever more conscious of the effects of loneliness on health and diving below the obvious has become a vociferous supporter of the Freedom Pass and the activities which help reduce social isolation.
Robert represents Bromley Common and Keston. He lives in Bromley and is a manager at Royal Mail. He has also worked in the prison service, taught at a university and worked for the railways.
Outside politics, Robert sings with his work choir, is a violinist with a local orchestra and a governor of a primary school in West Wickham. He also, enjoys cooking, quizzes and going to gym to work off the effects of the cooking.
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