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My plan to make Bromley safer, fairer and more affordable

  1. Cut burglaries and robberies. With 8,000 more police for London and more investment in youth services to get young people out of gangs and into work.
  2. Reopen Bromley West Wickham and Copperfield House police stations. So residents can always speak to police when they need to.
  3. Protect Bromley’s green spaces. So families always have a green spaces to enjoy.
  4. Improve bus frequency in Bromley. Sadiq Khan mismanaged TfL’s finances, meaning he can’t deliver the improvements that residents need. I’ll restore order to TfL’s finances and improve the frequency of buses in Bromley. So residents can keep moving.
  5. 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.
  6. Appropriate housing developments. That means family homes instead of tower blocks, making sure residents are properly consulted, and keeping developments in line with the local area.
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Meet your local Conservative Candidate for the Greater London Assembly of Bexley and Bromley

Your candidate for the GLA: Peter Fortune

Introduction:  The entire boroughs of Bexley and Bromley are combined to create one constituency on the London Assembly. It is represented by one assembly member whose role it is to examine the Mayor’s actions and decisions and stand up for the residents they represent in City Hall. Peter Fortune is the Conservative Candidate to represent Bexley and Bromley in the GLA elections, which will now be held next May 2021 at the same time as the Mayoral election.  

A bit about Peter: Born in a council estate in London, raised by a single parent, Peter left school at fifteen to find a job.

So Peter understands the problems facing ordinary Londoners — because he’s lived them too. He spent the last ten years in Learning and Development, helping adults and children with everything from health to business management.

Now Peter wants to take his experience and put it to the benefit of every resident in every community. That’s why he’s standing to represent Bexley and Bromley in the GLA.

Peter will work with residents to cut crime, invest in our transport network, build more affordable homes and lower the cost of living.

Published by Kerry Halfpenny on behalf of Shaun Bailey, both of 4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9HQ

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