Helen Pollard has been a Councillor since 2006. She represented Heathfield ward (which included Monks Hill and Addington Village) from 2006 to 2010 and was elected as a Councillor for Fairfield ward in 2014.
Now semi-retired I moved with my family from Fulham to South Croydon in 2006 whilst still working full time in Central London. Originally from an engineering background I latterly specialised in projects to improve the safety, efficiency and quality of business services.
Opposition General Purpose and Audit Committee Lead
Stuart Millson has lived in South Croydon since 2015. He also set up his business, comparison site Broker Compare, in the town. Stuart believes that the next 4 years are critical to the economic development of Croydon.
Shadow Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Resilience
Andy Stranack has been active in the Forestdale and Selsdon area for twenty years and has helped set up the Ment4 charity that provides mentoring services to young people at risk of being involved in the criminal justice system.
Shadow Cabinet Deputy for Safer Croydon and Communities
Constituency Officer - Croydon Central
Richard Chatterjee has been a Shirley Councillor since 2002 and is a civil servant with 16 years’ previous service as a hospital pharmacist. He has lived in Croydon since the age of 3 and has continued to be an active member of Woodside Baptist Church for 40 years.
Shadow Cabinet Member for Planning, Environment and Transport
Gareth Streeter first moved to the Shirley area in 1999 originally to serve as a youth worker in a local church. Over the years, he has been involved in a range of projects and activities in the community.
Jason Cummings has been a Croydon Central resident for over 20 years. Married to Rachel, two teenage children. First elected in 2010 after career in general management, local church member and volunteer at floating homeless shelter. I play lower league cricket as a wicketkeeper.
Shadow Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Learning
Maria Gatland has lived and worked in South Croydon for more than 30 years. During that time she helped run the family business and cared for her husband during his long illness. Maria was elected to Croydon Council in 2002.
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