My plan to make Ealing safer, fairer and more affordable
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.
Reopen front counters at Southall and Ealing Broadway police stations. So residents can always speak to police when they need to.
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.
Scrap the ULEZ extension and reverse the congestion charge hike. On day one, I’ll scrap Sadiq Khan’s plans to extend ULEZ. So you don’t have to pay £15 just to drive to work. And I’ll reverse Sadiq Khan’s congestion charge hike.
Appropriate housing developments for Ealing. That means family homes instead of tower blocks, making sure residents are properly consulted, and keeping developments in line with the local area.
Meet your local Conservative Candidate for the Greater London Assembly of Ealing and Hillingdon
Your candidate for the GLA: Gregory Stafford
Introduction: The entire boroughs of Ealing and Hillingdon 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. Greg Stafford is the Conservative Candidate to represent Ealing and Hillingdon in the GLA elections, which will now be held next May 2021 at the same time as the Mayoral election.
A bit about Gregory: Born and raised in Ealing and Hillingdon, Gregory works in healthcare for a group of specialist NHS hospitals, including Harefield Hospital.
So Gregory knows the problems facing local residents. Closed police stations. Poor air quality. Rising crime.
That’s why he’s standing to represent Ealing and Hillingdon in the GLA. Gregory will work with every resident in every community to reopen police stations, cut pollution, and get more police on the streets.
I was born to a single mum on a council estate. I’ve been homeless and out of work. But I turned my life around. And I spent twenty years as a youth worker helping young people do the same.
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