Alastair Watson is a Conservative and Unionist Party candidate in Bristol City Council in the Mayor of Bristol.
Alastair Watson's policies
Statement to voters
In 2012 Bristol voted to have a Mayor.
It was hoped that this change would provide better leadership and stability. It hasn’t.
Instead the City has reeled from one crisis to another. £50m wasted on the energy company, housing targets missed, the Colston Hall refurbishment to cost another £50m - the list goes on and on.
I want to change this. Conservatives are committed to holding a referendum to scrap the City Mayor and bring accountability back to the City Hall rather than this form of unaccountable dictatorship.
Vote Conservative to secure a better future for Bristol.
Alastair is a former City Councillor and Lord Mayor of Bristol. He has lived in Bristol for over 30 years, where he has worked and brought up a family.
As an experienced businessman he will ensure that local tax payers get value for money for Council services.
This statement was added by Alastair Watson, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
You can meet candidates and question them at online events (often known as 'hustings'). Here are some events where Alastair Watson may be appearing:
Tuesday 27 April 2021 18:00–19:30: Bristol Mayoral Hustings 2021: How can Bristol’s response to the climate and ecological emergencies be fast and fair?
Thursday 22 April 2021 19:30: Homes and Communities Assembly
Tomorrow 19:15–20:30: Active Travel Mayoral Hustings Bristol
|2016||Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze: Bristol City Council||Conservative and Unionist Party||3,207 votes (not elected)|
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