Cllr. BUTLER Jon, Coniston
I have lived and worked in Patchway for over 38 years, I have been an elected councillor for the last four years which has given me the opportunity to be at the forefront of how Patchway council does its business and I’ve made it my business to hold the serving administration and councillors to account ensuring the people of Patchway are kept informed in a clear and transparent way. I have fought against and quashed the ill conceived ‘vision of Patchway’ as it would have lead to huge financial loss to you all. Now Patchway will have within the next two years a much larger and improved community centre, an all weather pitch and new pavilion at Scott’s Park, all with no cost for the people of Patchway providing much needed facilities.
I am looking towards the future for our town, as the surrounding areas around Patchway develops and grows I am committed to ensuring the way forward is a positive one and we will not be left behind. I would welcome a 2nd term to Continue to campaign for solutions to increasing traffic and parking problems and Pursue external funding to launch our own community radio station. Your vote would allow me to finish what I’ve started.
Cllr. DANDO Ken, Coniston
Ken is a current Councillor with South Glos and Patchway Town Council. Ken has worked diligently for road resurfacing across Patchway. Patchway have been awarded 106 planning money to enlarge Rodway Community Centre but because Town Council continually delaying it will cost more than if we had got on with two years ago bur thanks to Conservatives Councillors Roger Loveridge, Jon Butler ,myself and all Conservatives Councillors on Patchway Town Council we have now got the ball rolling. Patchway’s Conservatives Councillors have been instrumental in improving Patchway’s sporting facilities in Scoot Park we will soon be installing a multi use games area (MUGA) and more improvements are on the drawing board.
Patchway Town Council under Labour control got their finances in such a mess Conservatives Councillors forced the Council to call in South Gloucestershire Council try to put things in order there report is available on line it makes grim reading. Conservatives Councillors will strive to bring about the improvements you have ask for because we are here to serve and we know money is difficult to come by so we promise not to waste it.
MISHRA Anil, Coniston
Anil is a local resident of Patchway. He fights for community safety, road maintenance and street care. He is an aircraft engineer. Anil holds a Bachelor Degree in Aerospace Engineering.
ROSE Ed, Coniston
I am standing for the Coniston ward on Patchway Council, as a supporting community advocate. I have supported John Butler and others making sure that fairness, clarity and true representation is provided for the people, by the people. As a previous councillor, I bring that wealth of no-nonsensecapabilities and 20+ years of commercial business practice. I am against overcrowding, traffic chaos, lack of facilities, bad planning and rotten services – have actively campaigned on such issues to be addressed when found wanting, and to be having clear designs and impact awareness when thinking of introducing these systems.
As an ex-military serviceman, I also hold dear the British constitution of growth and prosperity by immigration and global association for a peaceful yet secure future. Your vote will help me deliver our plan for you.
Cllr. COLEMAN Patsy, Coniston
Patsy is a current Councillor on Patchway Town Council. She is campaigning for road resurfacing and solving parking issues for Coniston Patchway.
Cllr. ADITYA Tom, Coniston
Tom is a social campaigner and management consultant. He served as the Trustee of the Southern Brooks Community Partnership – a renowned voluntary sector organisation in South West England- and was a catalyst in the foundation of Bradley Stoke Community Radio in 2010. He is also a steering group member of the Equalities Forum and the NHS Blood and Organ Donation campaign. Being a civic representative, he relentlessly raises voice for people’s needs and concerns and contributes to various streams of the society amicably.
During the last 8 years, Tom served as Deputy Mayor, Chairman of Planning permissions committee and International Twinnings committee. Currently, he serves as Chairman of the ‘Bristol Council for Culture and Inter-Faith Fraternity’, which is Bristol City Council’s initiative for community cohesion and social harmony. He is also Member of the Avon (West of England) and Somerset Police Scrutiny Panel, which covers Greater Bristol and West of England counties. Besides, Tom is a columnist and presenter as well as an exponent in political science, history and public administration.
Tom studied Law and Economics at University and did Master’s degree in Management from California, USA.