Cllr Chris Hayes, Cllr Richard Hudson & Cllr Ian George work for Alexandra
Richard, Ian & Chris are regularly out and about
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Cllr Chris Hayes
Chris lives locally in Surbiton and runs his own social enterprise, which he runs from home. His social enterprise involves providing self-esteem and confidence support, training & coaching for people in business, key employees or students of higher education. He also has an expertise within the Social Services field, where has worked for many years. Chris also has excellent experience of working in local government. He has recently been helping residents in Tolworth and Berrylands with issues such as parking problems, rubbish collection and speeding in our local roads. Chris ensures that Kingston Council hears about your problems and acts on them.
Richard has lived in Elgar Avenue for over 20 year’s and his children have been to school in the Borough. During his career he has worked for BT and O2, and in a variety of businesses including pharmaceuticals and facilities management. Richard has been an Councillor since 2006 and has used his skills and experience for the benefit of Kingston and Surbiton residents. He has campaigned successfully against inappropriate development in Kingston, including Tesco in Tolworth and the Surbiton Filter beds and he has helped deliver the funding for the exciting ‘mini Hollands’ cycling project for Kingston.
Ian lives locally in Ewell Road and has lived in the area for about 15 years. This is the second time Ian has been a Councillor for Alexandra and he holds regular surgeries held in Tolworth Library. Working with local residents in Tolworth and Berrylands, Ian makes sure the council deals with important ‘everyday’ issues, such as badly maintained pavements, potholes in the roads and rubbish on the streets. Ian was responsible for contacting Sunray residents and arranging the initial meeting that lead to the formation of SERA, the Sunray & Egmont Residents’ Association. Since then SERA have been responsible for many improvements to the local area. He is also passionate about dealing with crime and antisocial behaviour in the area.