Local Conservatives are willing to speak to other parties about a formal partnership after no-one secured a majority at the Elmbridge Borough Council elections on Thursday 2 May.
Two million, fourteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty-seven to be precise. That’s how many potholes Conservative-run councils have fixed since 2016.
This is about the issues that really matters to people locally. So on May 2nd, residents have the opportunity to keep their council tax low – and protect their services.
James Browne has used his first speech as Leader of Elmbridge Borough Council to present the Conservative Administration’s 2019/20 Budget.
New figures show that the number of people in work is at a record high and wages are growing at their fastest rate in over a decade.
Councillor James Browne has been elected Leader of the Elmbridge Conservative Group and will succeed Tim Oliver, who is stepping aside to focus on leading Surrey County Council.
5 things the Conservatives are doing to help small businesses