A passionate communicator, lover of history and community activist, Paul cares especially about the environment and cutting pollution – because a less congested, healthier Canterbury will be better for everyone.
Now working in the rail industry, Paul is a former journalist, and while he’s used to holding the powerful to account, he looks forward to being part of a Labour-led council in May that will effect real change in our district.
Working with other Labour councillors on issues such as river pollution and protecting our green spaces, Paul is a keen cyclist and is passionate about creating a cleaner, greener, safer city for residents to be proud of and enjoy – wherever they live.
Paul will campaign for a new community centre in the Barton ward and hold powerful corporate interests to account where new developments are concerned – recognising that what attracts people to live and stay in Canterbury is the green and pleasant environment that surrounds the city.
People in Barton deserve and need the infrastructure that will serve a thriving community, and Paul will work with local people to build the facilities that meet local needs.
Living in Canterbury, Paul is supportive of local businesses that will create new jobs. He will campaign vigorously to ensure that the recent grant to preserve our city’s heritage is spent wisely and that all residents get the best value from it. His goal? To make sure that Canterbury becomes a vibrant, enjoyable place to work, visit and live.
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