My plan to make Hounslow safer, fairer and more affordable
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.
Appropriate housing developments for Hounslow. That means changing the Osterly development to include more family homes, stopping more tower blocks, consulting residents on any new developments, and making sure developments are in keeping with the local area.
Upgrade the Piccadilly Line. Residents can’t afford more delays. So I’ll work with TfL to introduce new rolling stock and upgrade signals and tracks.
Meet your local Conservative Candidate for the Greater London Assembly of South West
Your candidate for the GLA: Nicholas Rogers
Introduction: The entire boroughs of Hounslow, Kingston Upon Thames and Richmond Upon Thames 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. Nick Rogers is the Conservative Candidate to represent South West in the GLA elections, which will now be held next May 2021 at the same time as the Mayoral election.
A bit about Nicholas: Nicholas was a Special Constable with the Metropolitan Police. Now he’s an Incident Controller for Network Rail.
So Nicholas understands crime — because he’s spent a career tackling it. And he knows that London’s politicians are failing us.
That’s why he’s standing to represent South West London in the GLA. To help every resident in every community get safer streets, better public transport and a lower cost of living.
He lives in Surbiton with his husband Liam.
For the last four years, I’ve been an Assembly Member in City Hall. And I’ve seen how our politics is failing Londoners. It’s time for fresh new leadership. That’s why I’m standing for Mayor.
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