Plaistow

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Alisa Igoe and Tony McPartlan have been selected as Labour’s candidates in the marginal ward of Plaistow for the local elections on 5 May 2022.

Having been key members of Labour’s listening campaign in Plaistow through 2021, Alisa and Tony will lead the party’s campaign in the community over the next three months as Labour seeks to make gains from the Conservatives in the London Borough of Bromley.

Candidates

Alisa Igoe

Alisa Igoe

Alisa Igoe has lived in Bromley since childhood and has brought her family up in the borough. She spends time volunteering for a number of local charities and campaigns, including a local charity providing essentials to vulnerable families in the borough, and Bromley Living Streets, which campaigns for safer, quieter, low-traffic streets which encourage walking and cycling. Alisa has been vocal about the need for better road safety measures in Bromley – including on Burnt Ash Lane – and for the council to do more to prosecute fly-tippers and improve the provision of housing in the ward for local residents.

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Tony McPartlan

Tony McPartlan

Tony McPartlan is deeply-rooted in Plaistow and works hard for people in the community. He is the Chair of the Friends of Kings Meadow and a Governor representing the people of Bromley at King’s College NHS Foundation Trust. He set up and runs a small charity that helps people manage their long-term health conditions. Tony actively campaigns on housing issues and wants to ensure our shopping parades and green spaces get the investment they need. As someone with lived experience in this area, he is also pushing for major improvements to social care services here in Bromley.

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We pledge to you we will:

  1. Listen to the community
    Labour councillors will hold regular surgeries and meetings throughout the community to listen to local opinion. Your issues are our issues.
  2. Improve road safety
    to protect our children and families. Introduce 20mph zones around schools, create more safe places for pedestrians to cross, improve parking and fix our pavements and roads.
  3. Clamp down on fly-tipping
    and rubbish on our streets and work to prosecute offenders.
  4. Protect and improve the environment
    Invest in Plaistow’s green spaces and work to improve air quality.
  5. Support local businesses
    and fight to increase investment in local amenities, such as the shopping parades on Burnt Ash Lane and Plaistow Lane.