Statement to voters
Nick O'Shea's family has lived in Hove since the 1970s and he now lives here with his wife, Marion. He is a director of a quoted public company and finance director for several small privately-owned companies based in Sussex . Nick has a degree in maths & chemistry and qualified as a chartered management accountant while working for several major international companies.
Nick was a district councillor in Mole Valley in the 1990s , representing the residents of a couple of villages on the Sussex/Surrey border. He served as chair of the budget committee and direct labour board, and vice-chair of both the policy & finance and development control committees during this period .
Nick has been highly critical of the secretive approach all present parties on the city council have taken in looking at the redevelopment of the King Alfred Centre and is appalled with the dreadful record of refuse collection and recycling the council has, especially as it has more supposedly Green councillors than almost any other council in the region. In contrast, as a result of initiatives by the Lib Dems when he was a councillor there, Mole Valley council has one of the highest recycle rates in the country with separate waste food and composting collections.
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Brighton & Hove Liberal Democrats
Nicholas Desmond O'Shea's local party is the Brighton & Hove Liberal Democrats.
You can meet candidates and question them at local hustings. Here are hustings where Nicholas Desmond O'Shea may be appearing.
(Past event) Thursday 25 April 2019 19:30–21:30: Faith Hustings, Brighthelm Church & Community Centre BN1 1YD.
(Past event) Thursday 25 April 2019 19:00–21:00: The Future of Transport in Brighton & Hove, Brighthelm Church & Community Centre BN1 1YD.
(Past event) Wednesday 24 April 2019 16:30–18:00: Hustings, Brighton Friends Meeting House BN1 1AF.
(Past event) Thursday 18 April 2019 19:00–21:00: Brighton & Hove Environment Hustings 2019, Brighthelm Church & Community Centre BN1 1YD.
(Past event) Wednesday 17 April 2019 16:00–18:00: Local election question time, University of Sussex BN1 9RH.
(Past event) Tuesday 16 April 2019 10:30–12:30: Election Event, Purple Playhouse Theatre BN3 6EP.
(Past event) Wednesday 27 March 2019 18:30–20:00: Have your say! Make Brighton & Hove a community-led housing city, University of Brighton BN2 0JG. See video or other info from this event.
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The Brighton and Hove local election, as the Liberal Democrats candidate for the Hove Park
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