CANDIDATES IN BELSIZE WARD
Three Tories were elected last time – all due to run again. But of the three Tory strongholds – Swiss Cottage and Frognal and Fitzjohns being the others – their majority is lowest here. -- GREEN Adam Spanier, of Netherhall Gardens, is a pension consulta
Three Tories were elected last time - all due to run again. But of the three Tory strongholds - Swiss Cottage and Frognal and Fitzjohns being the others - their majority is lowest here.
Adam Spanier, of Netherhall Gardens, is a pension consultant.
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Anya Courts, of Heath Street, Hampstead, works in wildlife television documentaries. She said: "I am particularly concerned with over population, waste management, nuclear power, public transport, human and animal rights, and youth initiatives."
Jane Ennis, of Belsize Park Gardens, is a translator.
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Chris Basson, of Chalcots Estate, is a computer consultant. He said: "The Labour council has hugely neglected our social housing stock. I want to see something done in my area."
Arthur Graves, of Belsize, is a chef studying law. He said: "My key concerns are the lack of post office counters, the closure of Hampstead Police Station and the shocking state of the Northern Line."
Alexis Rowell, 40, of Primrose Gardens, is a telecommunications marketing manager. He said: "We want to see more consultation with residents generally and an end to Camden's pernicious parking regime."
Jonny Bucknell, of Chamberlain Street, said: "I will be standing on drug-free Camden, parking, housing and lower council tax - all issues where Camden has let down residents."
Sheila Gunn, of Glenloch Road, is a lecturer. She said: "I have fought against excessive new developments in Belsize and will continue to fight to protect amenities, especially sports facilities, post offices and day centres."
Piers Wauchope, of Howitt Road, said: "We will fight Labour on its failure to represent the views of their constituents."
Jenny Westaway, of Camden, works for a sexual equality charity. She said: "I am committed to making sure Belsize residents have their voices heard about what they want to see in their local area."
Sadashivrao "Desh" Deshmukh, of Belsize, was councillor for the area between 1994 and 1998. A former employment lawyer and mayor of Camden, he said: "I am involved in numerous local community organisations and am campaigning on housing repairs and overcrowding."
Matthew McGregor, of Eton Avenue, works for a human rights group. He said: "I have long been working alongside Labour councillors to bring improvements to the area, including smoke-free public places.