My plan to make Camden safer, fairer and more affordable
Cut knife crime and burglaries. With 8,000 more police for London and more investment in youth services.
Appropriate developments for Camden. With family homes that residents can actually afford. With residents properly consulted. And with the schools, hospitals and shops needed to support new homes.
No LTNs without approval. LTNs were forced on London without residents ever getting a say. I’ll suspend LTNs — and only introduce them if a clear majority of residents support it.
Reopen Kentish Town police station. So residents can always speak to police when they need to.
Meet your local Conservative Candidate for the Greater London Assembly of Barnet and Camden
Your candidate for the GLA: Roberto Weeden-Sanz
Introduction: The GLA constituency of Barnet and Camden takes in the entire boroughs of both Barnet and Camden. It is represented on the Greater London Assembly by one assembly member. Roberto Weeden-Sanz is the Conservative Candidate in the Greater London Assembly elections, which will now be held next May 2021.
A bit about Roberto: Roberto has worked in a charity, as a volunteer police officer, and as a governor for a local primary school.
So Roberto has been helping to improve Barnet and Camden for every resident in every community.
But with crime on the rise, threats of overdevelopment from the Mayor, and a lack of investment in the local transport network, Roberto wants to do more.
That’s why Roberto is standing to represent Barnet and Camden in the GLA.
Roberto will work with residents to reopen Barnet police station, recruit more police officers, oppose overdevelopment and secure more investment in the local transport network.
I was born in Ladbroke Grove. Now I work in City Hall. My story is only possible in London. And I want more people to have the opportunities I had. So as Mayor, I’ll work with Londoners to extend opportunity to everyone.
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