Names of Proposers and Seconders
- Therese Joyce Tabb
- Paul Le Claire
- Colin Lever
- Judith Beaumont
- Bryan Ian Le Marquand
- Magdalena Chmielswska
- Michael Nelson De La Haye O.B.E
- Michael Peter Tait
- Hannah Jane Curnock
- Kate Sibcy
I have been honoured to serve as a St Helier Deputy for the past three years.
Community engagement has been my priority while dealing with issues arising from Covid and Brexit. Being inclusive of everyone in our Jersey community has been at the heart of my work and will continue to be so.
Our island is affected by global events, so I will continue to respond to our changing needs with new and practical solutions.
Housing, the cost of living, population, health and education are significant challenges for the future. The Assembly will have to address these head-on, find and agree on sustainable solutions.
Ever since entering the States, my aim has been to help build a fairer society. Working towards this as an independent Member and Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, I have challenged Government decisions, raised questions, supported local residents, brought forward propositions and amendments.
Within the Parish of St Helier, I have
My aim as a States member will be to continue to work for a fair deal for St Helier and by seeking balanced urban development to make the town a great place to live, work and relax.
Island-wide issues I will focus on if elected:
I will continue working to reduce waste and inefficiency in the public sector and at the same time ensure that health, education and pensions are properly funded.
I believe that a successful and flourishing Jersey depends on collective efforts: from a thoughtful and caring government, from the financial contributions and the goodwill of the business sector, from the great work of charities and above all from Islanders themselves.