Conservative Party members of Farnham Common & Burnham Beeches have selected the three Conservative Candidates for next year’s Buckinghamshire elections.
The three choices are David Anthony, Dev Dhillon and Nick Naylor
David Anthony was first elected in May 2011 as a Conservative member for the Farnham Royal Ward, and re-elected in 2015. He has served in the SBDC cabinet with responsibility for Resources, and is currently chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Planning Committee and the Healthy Communities Policy Advisory Group. He has consistently opposed inappropriate Green Belt development,
Dev Dhillon and his family have lived here for 28 years and currently serves on both the County and District Councils. He is a former Chairman of SBDC and supporter of many local charities.
Nick Naylor has lived in Burnham since 1981. He has three children and three grandchildren. After a successful business career that took him all over the world, he stood for election in 2011 and was elected as a Councillor to Burnham Parish Council and South Bucks District Council. He has held various portfolios at Cabinet level and since October 2017 has been leader of the District Council.
The current local government structure of four district councils and one county council will cease to exist on 1st April 2020. After that date the new Buckinghamshire Council will be responsible for all of the five councils’ previous roles. The elections for the new authority will be held in May 2020.
The new Buckinghamshire Council is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to start with a clean slate and an opportunity for the new Council to demonstrate its commitment to improving the quality of life of our residents and to making Buckinghamshire an even better place to live in than it is today and be able to offer the potential to make efficiency savings.
We shall campaign for the new council to improve the maintenance of our roads, to manage the waste and recycling processes efficiently and to bring forward new local plans that will deliver new homes whilst safeguarding our designated special areas of conservation, areas of outstanding natural beauty, sites of special scientific interest and the Green Belt.