Recently Coombe Hill Conservatives were contacted by the Malden & Coombe Residents' Association regarding the CCTV system at the Warren Road entrance after abuse suffered by the gatemen operating the barrier.
Ed has lived in Coombe Hill for over 20 years and attended primary school in the area. He cares passionately about local people and local issues, and has a particular interest in improving health provision. as the author of Surrey County Council's first homelessness health needs report, quality of life disparities and social problems that often disproportionately impact younger people are areas for concern that he would like to have a poisitive impact on. Ed is determined to work on behalf of local residents to increase health and social care services and facilitate greater integration between them.
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Contacting your Coombe Hill Ward Councillors ...
Your Coombe Hill Councillors have a good track record engaging with local residents. We are available by email or on the phone for any issues that concern you: see our contact details on this page.
We also host a surgery on the first Saturday of every month at 10am at the Kingston Lodge Hotel. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Cllr Ian George
Ian 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.
Rowena has lived in Dickerage Road for over twenty years with her husband and three daughters. Rowena qualified as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG in London and has extensive experience of both the private and public sectors. Locally she is a primary school Governor, neighbourhood watch coordinator and helps run a busy Girl Guide unit. She represents the Council on the Kingston Chamber of Commerce. Rowena's main priority is to listen to and represent Coombe Hill residents and fight for local issues and help maintain the special nature of Coombe Hill ward.
Eric has lived in the ward he represents for more than forty years. He served in the Metropolitan Police, retiring in the rank of Commander. He was awarded the Queens Police Medal for distinguished service. As a councillor, Eric has always done his best to help residents with their problems. From a Borough-wide perspective, he wants to maintain Kingston as good place in which to live and work, and to enhance the environment. Eric believes that the administration should be given clear policy guidance and encouraged to achieve the best outcomes for the borough; they have to be accountable to the public for their performance. He represents Kingston Council at Kingston Voluntary Action.