A bit about me
I was born, attended school, employed in and live in Boultham. My knowledge and understanding of the area enables me to understand and fully represent issues that people approach me about. I am also a Governor at Sir Francis Hill school.
Since being elected I have claimed no expenses and my attendance at County Council meetings has been 100%.
Standing up for Lincoln
I have secured funding for community food banks and supported various other charities within the area as well as successfully campaigning for local footpath improvements.
As a member of the Public Protection and Communities Scrutiny Committee and Labour spokesperson for the Fire Service I was, and will be, at the forefront of ensuring Lincoln South Park station remains fully manned 24 hours 7 days a week.
I am fighting for the Usher Art Gallery to remain in use as an Art Gallery, a fantastic cultural facility that we risk losing thanks to measures proposed by the Tory controlled County Council.
Improving Our Area
I have put forward proposals to the County Council toward making improvements to the Dixon Street/High Street junction to improve traffic flow and I will continue to raise your concerns regarding traffic as the Western Growth Corridor project develops.
I have successfully pushed for a new method of reporting to deal with nuisance parking, something that has become a growing problem in Boultham.
I am supportive of the new school development on Skellingthorpe Road now that the County Council has agreed that traffic will not come down Western Avenue.
If re-elected I will continue to raise the concerns and issues of residents and I can be contactable by telephone or email for those I represent.
Vote Labour on May 6th and we can continue making Lincoln a great place to live.