With a background as a financial adviser and a Bushey resident since 1987, Shailain is dedicated to preserving the town's greenbelt and protecting its unique character. He opposed the draft Local Plan development proposals that would have resulted in the loss of over 160 acres of land at Little Bushey Lane and Farm Way. Shailain is committed to fighting for the removal of these sites from any future Local Plan.
In addition, Shailain is deeply concerned about the continued closure of Bushey Country Club, which remains inaccessible to the public after five years. He will spearhead efforts to restore public access to the grounds immediately and advocate for comprehensive plans to revitalize the site.
Marc, a care-home manager and long-time Bushey resident, wants to get people's concerns taken seriously by the council. His priorities include expanding recycling and EV charging, and deterring fly-tipping through cameras and prosecutions. He's also keen to address some of the parking issues that face residents.
"I’ll stand up for this community. I’ll strive to get your voice heard. And I won’t take no for an answer.”
Maxie is wants to address Bushey's environmental challenges, focusing on reducing landfill waste and promoting sustainability.
Lib Dem campaign mangager for Bushey for the 3 years before he was elected as a councillor, Maxie is determined that Bushey gets a fair share of the £17 million in developers' levies which were hordered by the previous council administration.
● The Local Plan for future development
● Planning applications
● Housing needs and homelessness
● Parks and leisure
● Controlled Parking Zones
● Waste and recycling collections
● Litter and fly-tipping
● Using developers’ levies to improve local infrastructure
● Bushey Country Club
● Elstree Film Studios
● Allotments and green spaces
● Community safety
● Council tax
● Engineering services
● Hackney carriages and private hire licensing
● Parking enforcement
● Public health and protection (air and noise pollution, food inspections, health and safety at work, licensing)
Use the link below to report:
● Abandoned vehicles
● Alleged breach of planning control
● Bonfire nuisance
● Customer service complaints
● Food Hygiene Issues
● Freedom of Information requests
● Missed bin collections
● Noise nuisance
● Street cleaning
If you have reported an issue to Hertsmere and not received a satisfactory response, please let your borough councillors know so they can follow up.