Names of Proposers and Seconders
- Anthony Batho
- Richard Hardy Bishop
- Rebecca Sian Vale Hardy-Bishop
- Muriel Batho
- Pauline Picton
- Marco Rogério Ferreira Do Nascimento
- Philip Anderson
- Christine Anderson
- Alistair McDonald
- Andrew McCarter
I am a Jerseyman and have lived in Jersey my whole life. I was born in St Helier, where I currently reside with my wife and two children. An electrician by trade, and the owner and director of two successful businesses.
I regularly encounter parishioner’s points of views regarding parish matters and this was my calling in which to stand for election. To be in a role where I can voice people’s concerns, to implement their choices and to be their States representative, whilst endorsing my own qualities, skillsets and values.
I’m passionate about St Helier and respect tradition, however a fresh contemporary approach is now required. I pride myself on being a proactive person and do not make empty promises. I will not be joining a political party as I believe the Constable should remain impartial.
I recognise a need for improving paths for pedestrians/cyclists but there is also a realistic requirement for parking which needs to be rebalanced. There is not enough parking for the disabled, shoppers, residents and contractors a like who are all dissuaded from coming into town because of the parking situation, which in return has a knock-on effect to businesses due to the deficiency in footfall. This needs to be actioned.
We need to ensure a bright, clean and vibrant St Helier, whilst continuing to care and respect the elderly within our community. We should also utilise local talents before consulting resources elsewhere.
Please read my full manifesto.