Association Officers

Santokh Chhokar

BCCA Chairman - elected at the AGM 17.3.17

Santokh Singh Chhokar BSc(Hons), Solicitor(Hons), FRSA

A grammar school educated graduate of London University and qualified as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales.

Jackson Ng

Jackson is very active in his local community where he currently serves as a Councillor on Beaconsfield Town Council and as a community governor of a local primary school.

Professionally, Jackson qualified as a Solicitor in 2010 and re-qualified to practise as a Barrister in 2015.  He read law at the School of Oriental & African Studies and the London School of Economics.

From January 2018, Jackson will start as a Director for a leading international communications consultancy.

Jackson's involvement in politics started in 2011 when he was headhunted to become a Political Advisor in Parliament. In 2013, he also helped set up and then ran the Conservative Friends of the Chinese for 4 years.

Jackson first stood for Parliament in 2015 as the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Liverpool Riverside where he performed better than polling predicted. In 2017, Jackson stood again as a Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, for St Helen's North where he increased the Conservative vote for 7.4% (4,500 votes).

Jackson is currently the Deputy Chair (Political) of BCCA and was previously very active within the Cities of London & Westminster Conservatives (CLWCA). He also serves as a Co-ordinator for the Party's Candidates Team.

Jackson regularly mentors young people and has previously served as a trustee and advisor to two national charities.

He grew up in 4 different countries and is equally fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

Matthew Bezzant

Matt Bezzant was delighted to have been elected the Conservative Party Councillor in the Burnham Lent Rise, Taplow and Dorney District Council by-election. He is also Deputy Chairman (Finance & Membership) of the Beaconsfield Conservative Association.