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Our candidates for the Council Elections

Bowes

Liz Wright

Liz Wright

I have lived in Bowes Ward for 32 years. It is great to see the positive impact that newcomers are having on the area. I enjoy working with local people who like me want to make a difference to the quality of life for everyone in the ward. Since I retired from higher education I have enjoyed working with and getting to know other residents. I have successfully campaigned for the greening of the North Circular and persuaded the council to plant more trees in my road - one where residents are unable to open their windows because of the toxic fumes from  traffic.  Approximately nine thousand and five hundred cars, vans and lorries every day.

Dan Stachow

Dan Stachow

I'm passionate about creating safe, clean and inclusive outdoor spaces in the neighbourhood for our community to enjoy.

Motor vehicles are part of modern life, but drivers should not be allowed to speed through residential streets to save a little travel time. The places where people live, shop and go to school should be low-traffic Liveable Neighbourhoods.

For some unfathomable reason Labour-led Enfield Council has so far failed to submit a high quality bid for between £1M - £10M of additional income from the London Mayor's Liveable Neighbourhood Fund. They should now submit such a bid to reduce the significant harm being caused to the health of residents in Bowes Ward without further delay

Trevor Doughty

Trevor Doughty

I've worked in Intensive Care and Health Visiting for over thirty years and have been a resident of Bowes for over twenty years. During my time in the ward I've successfully campaigned on local issues from traffic to trees. I'm acutely aware that things could and should be so much better!

Motor vehicles are part of modern life, but drivers should not be allowed to speed through residential streets to save a little travel time. The places where people live, shop and go to school should be low-traffic Liveable Neighbourhoods.

For some unfathomable reason Labour-led Enfield Council has so far failed to submit a high quality bid for between £1M - £10M of additional income from the London Mayor's Liveable Neighbourhood Fund. They should now submit such a bid to reduce the significant harm being caused to the health of residents in Bowes Ward without further delay.

 

Bush Hill Park

Benji Maydon

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Affluent Bush Hill Park is full of valuable green spaces. With our local schools, nurseries, parks and local arts facilities, a Green voice on the council would work to raise awareness of the dangers of air pollution and speeding from the A10, while also pushing to promote good healthcare, inclusive education, and the arts. I have worked as a teacher, nurse, and artist - and I would use this experience to work with the people of Bush Hill Park.

Chase

Kate McGeevor

Kate McGeevor

I have lived and worked in Chase ward since I became the manager of Forty Hall Farm in 2011. During that time I’ve worked closely with the local community. We hold lots of public events, such at the Enfield Food Festival and the Livestock Music Festival, as well as offering free school visits to local school children and training for young people. I’ve been a member of the Green Party for 20 years and I believe passionately in putting people and the environment at the heart of local politics.

Please vote for me on May 3rd and I will work hard to make Chase ward the greenest borough in Enfield, and a cleaner and safer place to live. I will work alongside other councillors to tackle the problems of traffic, antisocial behaviour and fly-tipping, which worry so many residents. I love living in Chase ward and would be honoured to represent local residents on Enfield Council.

Cockfosters

Laura Davenport

Laura Davenport

Edmonton Green

Jean Robertson-Molloy

Jean Robertson Molloy

Enfield Highway

Fatosh Sarica

Enfield Lock

David Flint

David Flint

Vote Green. Vote for a sustainable future, a better future for all.

Grange

No candidate

Haselbury

Nicola Scott

Highlands

Phil Cooper

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Jubilee

Benjamin Gill

Benjamin Gill

Lower Edmonton

Peter Krakowiak

Peter Krakowiak

Palmers Green

Basil Clarke

Basil Clarke

Moving to Palmers Green ten years ago was one of the best moves I ever made. There's a great mix of people from different backgrounds, some lovely Edwardian architecture, Broomfield Park and its Conservatory are beautiful - but more importantly, since moving here I've made so many new friends who are committed to improving their community.

But all is not perfect in PG.  There are people who clearly don't care about the appearance and cleanliness of the town they live in.  Overflowing bins, flytipping and litter are rampant in some places, especially the mews alleyways behind shops.  The Council has proved incapable of improving matters.  I don't have an easy answer, but I think that it will require an imaginative new approach.

I see the bike lanes along Green Lanes as a first step in a long process that will eventually see a better balance between people and cars in north London.  It's true that they're not exactly busy, and probably won't be until a larger network is completed and until there are safer routes connecting where people live to Green Lanes.  That's where liveable and low-traffic residential neighbourhoods will play a key role.

Ponders End

Seton During

Seton During

Southbury

Luke Balnave

Luke Balnave

Southgate

Geri Saccomanno

Southgate Green

David Hughes

David Hughes

Town

Kay Heather

Kay Heather

Turkey Street

Bill Linton

Bill Linton

Every Green vote sends a message that the environment is important, that fairness, social justice and human rights are essentials, not just nice-to-haves. Stop picking the lesser of two evils - you'll never get what you want that way!

Upper Edmonton

Alex McRae

Alex McRae

Our streets were laid out to serve people on foot, cyclists and a few motor vehicles. But today the vehicles dominate residential streets. Cars in motion or idling pollute our air and make parents too fearful to let children walk or cycle to school.

The health and wellbeing of people must come first. Motor vehicles are part of modern life, but drivers should not be allowed to speed through residential streets to save a little travel time. The places where people live, shop and go to school should be low-traffic Liveable Neighbourhoods.

For some unfathomable reason Labour-led Enfield Council has so far failed to submit a high quality bid for between £1M - £10M of additional income from the London Mayor's Liveable Neighbourhood Fund. They should now submit such a bid to reduce the harm being caused to residents without further delay.

Caroline Macauley

Caroline Macauley

Caroline has worked in marketing for over twenty years, including in the public health and charity sectors. She is a strategic thinker, has consistently achieved her professional targets and is a successful trouble-shooter. She is a resilient and strong leader; a safe pair of hands. She lives with her family and is committed to making positive change for everyone

Winchmore Hill

Alison Phillips

Alison Phillips

Lynne Davies

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