The Surrey Heath Conservatives are pleased to announce that local resident Stuart Black is standing to represent Frimley Green in the upcoming By-Election on the 14th October 2021.
Stuart Black has lived, worked, and raised a family here in Frimley Green, and so knows well the issues which matter most to our neighbours. Please read a short statement from Stuart below.
On 14th October there will be a by-election in Frimley Green for a new Councillor at Surrey Heath Borough Council.
This is an exciting opportunity for residents to gain strong local representation at the council, to carry on the good work already in place by our MP Michael Gove as well as our County Councillor Paul Deach.
As a Frimley Green resident for 20 years and with a background in industries from defence to healthcare, delivering innovation and change, I am well placed to represent residents’ views to the Council.
I live with my partner Inta, her 16 year old daughter, and the 3 children we are special guardians to aged 9,10 and 18. The youngest attends Frimley CofE school and the eldest is an apprentice at Direct Line.
I worked on the Frimley Green Traffic Lights issue from 2015 by liaising with local campaigners and lobbying Councillors to find a common-sense solution. More recently I organised leaflet distribution for the vote on the local residents' improved roundabout solution instead of traffic lights, which won 98% of the vote.
Communication lines between residents and local services need improvement, including with local Police, so that anti-social behaviour intervention takes place early, before it gets out of hand.
If you elect me on October 14th, I would look forward to closer and more pro-active work with Michael Gove MP and County Councillor Paul Deach. Teamwork through all levels of government can deliver better solutions for residents in Frimley Green.
If you would like to get involved in the campaign, please email firstname.lastname@example.org