Graeme Casey for Orpington

Your Parliamentary Candidate

Graeme Casey is proud to be standing to represent Orpington in the 2024 General Election. He has lived in Orpington with his family for 12 years and works as a Family Support worker helping to support vulnerable families in the local community. Elected as a Bromley Councillor in 2022 he has been a strong advocate for local residents. He is a member of the Children’s Education and Families and Adult Care and Health committees where he ensures that the voices of some of the most vulnerable in the local community are heard, drawing on his years of professional experience.   

Graeme joined the Liberal Democrats in 2016 as a direct result of the EU referendum. He cares deeply about his local community and is passionate about making a real difference to the things that matter to local people - priorities such as healthcare, education, transport and housing. He strongly opposes the first past the post voting system and would call for it to be changed. Graeme is an internationalist who believes we can achieve more when working in collaboration with our closest partners and allies. He would also fight to strengthen our country to ensure it is ready to meet the threats from abroad, including those posed by Putin’s Russia. 

Graeme has always been a strong advocate for Orpington and the local area and is ready to fight for all the community if elected to Parliament. Vote for Graeme on 4th July to elect a strong local champion for Orpington.

Graeme Casey

Graeme's Priorities for Orpington

  1. Building more affordable housing to encourage more young families to become a part of our fantastic community.
  2. Improved access to GPs, dentists and NHS services. It should not be so hard to get a GP appointment.
  3. More funding for schools to ensure high quality education for all and to deal with the crisis in SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) support. 
  4. Better public transport, especially walking and cycling routes and electric car charging to reduce congestion and air pollution.
  5. Making our homes more energy efficient, making schemes for green energy and insulation more readily available.

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