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My plan to make Richmond-Upon-Thames safer, fairer and more affordable

  1. Deliver a temporary bridge while Hammersmith Bridge is fixed. I worked with the government to secure funding for repairs. Now I’m keeping the pressure on for a temporary bridge. If Sadiq Khan hasn’t set one up by May, I’ll make it my priority to deliver one.
  2. Reopen a second police station for Richmond and Twickenham. With an extra police station and 8,000 more police for London, we can stop antisocial behaviour on Richmond Green and Old Deer Park.
  3. No Heathrow expansion. Residents deserve clean air and as little noise pollution as possible. So I’ll oppose any plans to expand Heathrow.
  4. Appropriate housing developments for Richmond. That means scrapping Sadiq Khan’s changes to the Mortlake Brewery expansion — making sure new developments are in keeping with the local area.
  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.
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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.

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

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