Harlow Conservatives announce candidates for 2014 local elections
Politics / Tue 3rd Dec 2013 am31 09:40am
RESIDENTS are being severely let down by Harlow Labour who have increased their Council Tax and failed to show leadership on regeneration, the future of community services and housing claim the Harlow Tories.
Conservative candidates have been out on the doorstep listening to local residents and it is clear that the majority agree with our plans to freeze Council Tax and safeguard community services. Labour lack a clear vision for Harlow’s future which is threatening investment and regeneration of some the town’s most deprived areas.
Cllr Andrew Johnson, Leader of the Conservative Group on Harlow Council, said:
“We have a great pool of talent standing for election next year. All our candidates are local and have a range of skills that will add strength to the Conservative group on Harlow Council and help scrutinise Labour’s poor decision making.
“Harlow Labour are void of any ideas on how to protect services and plan for Harlow’s future. We want Harlow Council to work better and smarter with taxpayers’ money by reducing bureaucracy and wasteful spending.”
Only Harlow Conservatives can offer Harlow the strong leadership it needs from the Civic Centre.”
Harlow District Council election candidates by ward:
Mr Ash Malik – Bush Fair
Cllr Tony Hall – Church Langley
Mr Clive Souter – Great Parndon
Mr John Steer – Harlow Common
Mrs Shona Johnson – Little Parndon and Hare Street
Ms Jane Steer – Mark Hall
Mr Jim Pailing – Netteswell
Mr Joel Charles – Old Harlow
Mrs Stephanie Souter – Staple Tye
Cllr Nick Churchill – Sumners and Kingsmoor
Michael Hardware – Toddbrook