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Bio Lisa Scott
Lisa has been resident in Hookwood for 15 years, the past 4 of which, she has been working for the community in the form of Parish Councillor, spearheading such projects as Community Speed Watch and low-traffic residential areas.
Lisa was motivated to move in to politics when Mole Valley became the target of unwelcome interest from the oil exploration industry which further threatens the climate, Green Belt, and the air and land around our homes. The possible risks of this extractive industry have become even more apparent with the recent earthquake swarms that have already caused damage to homes and brought worry to residents.
Lisa has worked to improve cycling and walking infrastructure and accessibility, with the intention of making walking and cycling a feasible travel option for any member of the community. An 800 signature petition triggered initiation of the clearing of soil build up for the A217 pavement, bringing it back in to use for those wishing to walk or cycle.
Lisa believes passionately that the key to a positive future is through strong and caring local communities. Protecting and promoting local trades, businesses and services to create local jobs for local people. Lisa supports a Work From Home culture to reduce the pressure to commute. Less commuting would result in less traffic on our heaving road system, less pollution of our air and a reclamation of the hours spent on the daily commute to a faceless office building. That extra personal time can lead to an increase in loyalty and respect for our home area, as we get to spend more time in the place we live, with our families.
Lisa is also a keen home cook, allotmenter and travels by bike whenever possible. She made a learning project of transforming a draughty Edwardian shop in to a cosy home, future proofed for energy efficiency.
This statement was added by Lisa Claire Scott, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The UK Parliament elections, as the Green Party candidate for the Mole Valley
- 2019: The Mole Valley local election, as the Green Party candidate for the Charlwood
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