When I was elected as one of the three Common Councillors representing the Ward of Cheap I promised to keep everyone in the Ward informed of my work as councillor. Despite the challenges of Covid19 over the last 24 months I’ve kept this promise. Together with our Alderman Robert Hughes-Penney, and my Ward colleagues Alastair Moss and Nick Bensted-Smith we’ve stayed in touch with City workers and residents, through my blog, regular updates, face to face and virtual meetings and our newsletters.
Our 2021 annual report gives an overview of our work as a team over the last 12 months, showing how we are helping to accelerate the City’s recovery making sure that the Square Mile remains internationally competitive and locally vibrant.
Later in March this year local elections will take place across the City of London to elect Common Councillors for a term of 3 years.
This is an important moment for City workers and residents to help shape the future direction of the City.
I’m proud of what I’ve achieved as local elected representative for the Ward of Cheap, and I’m committed to continue my work investing in the City – keeping the Square Mile a vibrant, diverse and a safe place to live, work and visit.
This is why I will be standing for re-election in March together with my Ward colleagues Alastair and Nick as a team to represent the Ward of Cheap.
You can check www.wardofcheap.city for more information.