Chloe-Jane Ross- 2022

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Chloe-Jane works in the public sector on strategic and financial planning. She has deep roots in the local community, having been raised in West Wickham and having lived off Copers Cope Road in Beckenham for 15 years with her partner and daughter, who attends a local state primary school.

Chloe-Jane chaired the largest Residents’ Association in Beckenham for many years. She has experience of working with Councillors and Council Officers on the delivery of local priorities. She has worked tirelessly to ensure that local planning and development applications are scrutinised, local heritage and green spaces are supported and protected and above all that residents' views are taken into account.

A champion of public services, Chloe-Jane led the local campaign to save the Blackfriars rail service from Beckenham Junction successfully in 2014 and now is campaigning for it to be reinstated by Southeastern.

Chloe-Jane is concerned about the amount of traffic congestion, rat-runs and speeding across the ward - our streets are not safe enough for our children and much more work is needed to improve our air quality, which causes more deaths than anywhere else in London.

Chloe-Jane is concerned about the lack of local investment in community services and infrastructure alongside significant developments. Bromley Council needs to better fund our local services. Only by genuinely consulting and listening to local people will the Council make good choices for our community.

Chloe-Jane would make an excellent Councillor for Copers Cope ward - she is committed, hard-working and cares deeply about her community. She would be a strong voice in Bromley Council, ensuring local resident's views are always heard and never ignored.

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