Statement to voters
Nick is a Parliamentary Researcher to the MP for Eastbourne and has recently completed a Master’s degree at the LSE focusing on the political economy of the colonies of settlement and the settler states of Southern Africa in the twentieth century.
Nick’s current positions on the Council are Member of the Audit and Standards, Member of the Children’s, Young People and Skills Committees and a Member of the Health, Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
Nick supports the work of Keep the Ridge Green, the Local Action team, TWEACK and Friends of Westdene Green, who are trying to save the barn on the Green.
His outside interests include cooking, travelling and socializing. One of triplets, Nick was born in Brighton and lived here all of his life. He attended Longhill, Varndean Sixth Form in Withdean Ward before going to the LSE for five years.
Nick’s proudest political moment to date is promoting a Notice of Motion with the unanimous support of the Council in December 2015 calling for greater attention on the issue of multiple births who suffer from higher rates of still birth and abnormality.
Nick is particularly interested in education and his vision is to improve schools to develop a meaningful choice for parents. Reducing the capacity crisis in school places and to give every child a good start in life, particularly to disadvantaged pupils who continue to perform less well compared to non-disadvantaged pupils. He wants to improve standards so that all our children can compete with the best school in the Country.
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Brighton & Hove Conservatives
Nick Taylor's local party is the Brighton & Hove Conservatives.
You can meet candidates and question them at local hustings. Here are hustings where Nick Taylor 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 Conservative and Unionist Party candidate for the Withdean
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