People

Robert Saunders

Robert was re-elected East Hants District Councillor for Alton Amery on 7th May 2015. At that time, he said: " It has been a great privilege to serve the Greenfields Estate as your Conservative Councillor.

Dean Phillips

Dean was re-elected as District & Town Councillor for Alton Eastbrooke on 7th May 2015. At that time he said, "I am seeking re-election because I am passionate about Alton Eastbrooke and meeting the needs of residents. I launched the Eastbrooke Project, which brings agencies and funds directly into our ward to help not just the vulnerable, but all of us.  This project gave birth to Alton Eastbrooke & Wooteys Residents Association. I’m Altonian, born and bred and the issues which affect you also affect me.

Edward Brandt

Edward was elected to East Hants District Council to represent Alton Westbrooke on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "Alton is the focal point of our area and the local jewel in the crown – a historic market town that needs the protection of people who care about it in this bustling modern world. Over the next decade Alton will grow. The Conservatives have a long-term plan to ensure that the necessary infrastructure and services are in place to ensure Alton remains a great place to live and work.

David Orme

David was re-elected as District Councillor for Alton Wooteys on 7th May 2015. At that time he said, "What’s important to me is ensuring we best provide for our growing population and enable our youngsters to live in and around Alton, giving a continuity which I feel is at the heart of this historic Market Town. Importantly, there is work that is just starting that needs to be completed and I’m really excited about the prospect of carrying on that work and continuing to make a difference.

Ken Carter

Ken has lived in Station Road, Bentley for more than 35 years and knows the area intimately. He was re-elected to represent Bentley, Binsted and Bucks Horn Oak on 7th May 2015. He said at that time, "I shall continue my important work with the Police and Crime Commission to ensure local resources are allocated for our villages; actively participate in planning and development decisions; support sensibly located well designed affordable housing; allocate time to concentrate on the needs of local communities and community issues."

Angela Glass

Angela was re-elected to represent the residents of Bramshott and Liphook on 7th May 2015. She said at that time, "I have lived in Bramshott for 8 years, with my husband. We have 3 children, 10 grandchildren and two dogs.

Bill Mouland

Bill was re-elected to represent the residents of Bramshott and Liphook on 7th May 2015. He said at that time, "I have lived in Liphook with my wife Jenny for nearly 30 years. Our three children were brought up here. For 20 years I commuted to London where I worked as a journalist for Today and then the Daily Mail. As well as representing people in Bramshott and Liphook, I oversee communications for the whole District Council.

Rebecca Standish

Rebecca was elected to East Hants District Council to represent Bramshott & Liphook on 7th May 2015.  At that time she said, "My husband Nigel and I and our two children moved to Griggs Green in 1998.  I have a strong business background, primarily in live event management and marketing, and have been involved in a number of successful businesses over the last 25 years.  With this experience and my love of the area, I believe I can add to the process of decision making for the parish of Bramshott and Liphook, helping to arrive at acceptable solutions.

Tony Costigan

Tony is the District Councillor for Downland, representing residents of Beech, Bentworth, Chawton, Farringdon and Wield at EHDC. He lives in Bentworth with his wife, Jane and has served that village on the Parish Council. At the time of his election he said, "I am particularly keen to become involved with the commercial projects that the District Council is considering. These will assist in generating income that can be passed on to, and for the benefit of, the community at large.

Deborah Jackson

Deborah was elected to East Hants District Council to represent Four Marks and Medstead on 7th May 2015.