Ellen has lived in Hayes for the past 17 years and attended local state schools. She now works in the Houses of Parliament for a Liberal Democrat MP, as well as a part-time job in a Bromley pub.
Ellen’s main interests include protecting the environment and improving access to mental health services across Bromley.
Ellen supports the rejection of the proposed development at Hayes Street Farm and believes that any future plans must be based on meaningful consultation with local residents and the provision of affordable homes.
Tudor has a 30 year career as an Independent Financial Adviser in the City and now runs his own small firm advising smaller companies on pensions. He and his family moved to Hayes in 2001 and his daughter attended local state schools. He has made Hayes his home and takes an active part in the life of St Mary’s Church.
Tudor asks, “Where is the effective opposition, where is the scrutiny of decision making, where is the democratic accountability when 51 out of 60 councillors are Conservative?”
As a lifelong Liberal, Tudor is determined to restore accountable local government in Bromley which listens to people and serves the community. This means creating a strong opposition to ensure decisions are effectively scrutinised and the people of Hayes are no longer taken for granted.