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Nicola Shani Nugent

Nicola Shani Nugent was the Green Party candidate in Clock House in the Bromley local election. Our volunteers have been adding information on Nicola Shani Nugent - here's everything we know so far!

Party manifesto

Nicola Shani Nugent was the Green Party candidate. Find out more about their policies from the Green Party Bromley local election Local manifesto.

Statement to voters

Nicola has been a LGBTQIA teacher for 13 years all over the country teaching Secondary and Primary students. She was sustainability and eco co-ordinator at her last school running the eco-active club. She ran a ‘clean up the streets’ campaign where dog mess was a hazard to pupils on the surrounding roads. Born in Farnborough and living in Beckenham with her family, including her 6 month-old son. She was joint Equal Opportunities/press and Publicity Officers and President and Vice President for Hackney’s branch of the National Union of Teachers (now NEU).

This statement was added by Nicola Shani Nugent, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Candidate pledges

Hope Not Hate, a London-based charity, canvassed local residents and community organisations to establish the following questions to the candidates in this ward.

How will you improve the refuse collection?

Refuse overflow is an unsanitary and unsightly problem. We would provide larger wheelie bins to help address these issues. Hackney and Bow have a 'one bag' recycling collection. This was virtually foolproof, easy and convenient. This will increase participation in recycling and we would introduce this service for all residents.

How will you improve health care services for the elderly and young families?

We will provide better care and activities for our older, younger and disabled residents by bringing back social care into direct council control. We will work closely with the Primary Care Trust (NHS) to ensure services are right for our residents and their requirements.

Should 16 years olds have the right to vote? Please elaborate on your answer.

Yes. In accordance with Green Party Policy the voting age for all elections, and the age at which people may take seats at any level of Government, would be reduced to 16. At 16, everyone should be able to vote. They can drive a moped so why can’t they vote. Younger people are more in tune with the environment too and voting at 16 gives them the opportunity to have a say in shaping their future.

Local hustings

You can meet candidates and question them at local hustings. Here are hustings where Nicola Shani Nugent may be appearing.

(Past event) Tuesday 24 April 2018 19:00: Bromley Hustings (Crystal Palance, Penge and Cator, Clock House), Melvin Hall, Melvin Road SE20 8EU.

Previous elections

This candidate has previously stood for election in:

  • 2018: The Bromley local election, as the Green Party candidate for the Clock House

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