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5 big reasons to vote Conservative on Thursday

On Thursday 3rd May's local elections, residents across England will vote to decide who runs their local services - and who manages the money they pay for those council services.

PLEDGE TO PLANT EXTRA 200 STREET TREES

PLEDGE TO PLANT EXTRA 200 STREET TREES

Your Conservative councillors pledge that over the next four years we will plant 200 new trees in Hanger Hill Ward.

Residents suffer from health problems caused by exhaust fumes from the North Circular and

COUNCILLORS HELP POLICE TACKLE DANGEROUS DRIVERS.

Residents across Hanger Hill Ward have been complaining about dangerous speeding on our residential roads.

Local councillors have been working with the police to tackle this problem, by setting up community speed watch days.

Ealing Common: Safety on the Bridge

Cllr Joanna Dabrowska is pleased to announce that, after 18 months of pursuing TfL and Ealing Council, the footbridge between Olive Road and Church Gardens has had lighting installed to make it safer for residents to use especially during the darker winter months.

Gurnell over-development

Cleveland Conservatives support the replacement of the Gurnell Leisure Centre but oppose the over-development of the site. The proposed new redevelopment will include over 600 high-rise high-density homes.