There are an infinite number of reasons why you should vote in the local elections. Here are five:
- It’s your money the council is spending – or cutting
- It’s your sports facilities, and your roads, your pavements and your bins.
- It’s also your NHS, your schools and your bus services
- They’re your local police, too.
- You have views and opinions but if you don’t vote they don’t count
You can decide what’s best for Brighton Hill and for Basingstoke, but to do that you need to vote, and help make a difference in our community.
Join me and pledge to vote in the next local election in May 2019 to save our local services.
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We Pledge to you
To fight to save local bus services and the free bus pass for the OAP’s and disabled. we’ll oppose the Conservative cuts to the Brighton Hill’s bus service.
We will campaign for more police on the beat. With 1000 less Hampshire police officers, tackling local crime and antisocial behaviour will be impossible. We want to see more police not less.
We want to see more investment in parking solutions and an end to the pothole epidemic in our roads.
We will oppose the Tory tip tax, charging to use the Wade Road tip will increase local fly tipping.
We will defend our sports pitches, parks and play areas from neglect and development. Our children need safe spaces to play in and our green spaces improve air quality and the environment.
We will campaign for regulation of local landlords. High rents and badly maintained properties are not good for tenants or their neighbours.
We will defend the Brighton Hill District Centre and support our local shops and small businesses.