Jamie Biltcliffe
Jamie Biltcliffe

I have lived in Havant all my life and studied at Southdowns College before recently completing a degree in History at the University of Southampton. I am an effective organiser, communicator, and passionate about solving problems for residents.

  • I care deeply about environmental issues and sustainability and would push for more glass recycling points as well as fighting for investment in our recycling facilities so we can finally recycle plastic packaging.

  • The state of our roads in Cowplain needs urgent attention and real investment in filling potholes – while Conservative councils in our region have CUT pothole funding by £25 million in just the last 3 years, Labour will rebuild this essential service and fix our roads.

  • With Labour in power, 13,000 more neighbourhood police and PCSOs will be back on our streets and tougher penalties brought in for anti-social behaviour and fly-tipping. If elected I would work with residents and local police to ensure crime is being reported and acted on quickly and effectively.

  • The issues and voices of young people need better representation on our council – as your councillor I would fight for and represent all residents, while also understanding the particular concerns and aims of young people, and I would fight for better jobs and youth services for our area.

  • I particularly support the regeneration of Waterlooville town centre and the level of jobs and investment that could bring for local people.

  • As your councillor I would deal with all issues residents have and hold regular events and surgeries to build a real connection with residents and so they could hold their councillor to account directly.

  • Labour would also freeze Conservative council tax rises – paid for by a real windfall tax on excess profits from oil and gas giants.

Candidates and political parties are often dismissed as ‘all the same’, I will be a fresh voice and a passionate campaigner for our area, with the drive to bring change after years of Conservative stagnation.

Vote Labour on 4th May for desperately needed change!

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