|Meet The Perivale Candidates|
Representatives from the Conservatives
Councillor Justin Anderson
Justin has lived and worked in the London borough of Ealing for over ten years now with his wife and son. He has been a local Councillor for eight years and is proud of his high attendance record at Council Meetings and Ward forums. He loves helping residents with any problems they have with the Council. Justin has won the Political Speed Dating event as part of Local Democracy Week three out of the past four years. He wants the Council to be more responsive and receptive when engaging with residents.
Justin.email@example.com / 07852 900 280
Mounira is a hard working mother of twin boys aged 11. She has been living in Ealing borough since 2006 and is a freelance Market Researcher as well as a fitness instructor. Mounira is Fluent in French & Arabic and passionate about health, education and helping others. If you elect Mounira as one of your three local Councillors, she will work tirelessly to ensure you have a voice in the Town Hall.
firstname.lastname@example.org / 07940 107 083
Madhava Kumar Turumella
Madhava is the Vice President of the Hindu forum of Britain. He has received many prestigious awards for community service. He is a passionate interfaith advocate. Madhava is also a governor in a primary school and wants to do more in the community to improve it for residents. He is quite keen to work collaboratively with others recognising that the Council cannot do everything.
Madhava@madhava.net / 07876 616 883
Popular Cllr Justin Anderson is being joined by Mounira Assoul and Madhava Kumar Turumella seeking the support of Perivale residents on Thursday, 22 May.
Over the past four years, Local Conservative Councillors have worked hard to get HS2 tunneled through Perivale. The fight however continues to ensure that residents are properly compensated and that noise and disruption are kept to a minimum.
The Conservatives bought the land for the William Perkin CofE High School, which opened last year. Conservatives campaigned with residents to save Perivale Library, collecting 8,000+ signatures. The gradual reduction of the library hours and book stocks remains a concern that Labour is attempting to close the libraries quietly.
Too many small cul-de-sacs and streets are still not having their waste and recycling collected in a timely fashion. The disastrous contract needs to be sorted so that it works for residents.
Justin, Mounira and Madhava are proud to be a part of the Conservative team who are keen to deliver on residents’ priorities for a cleaner, greener Borough, fairer charging and help with the cost of living as evidence by the following six key Conservative pledges:
Perivale residents can trust the Conservatives to deliver for Perivale.
Candidates for Perivale ward can be viewed here (pdf)
May 20th 2014