Alison Ann Livesey
Alison Ann Livesey's policies
Statement to voters
In the May 2023 Council elections, Labour came a close second place behind the Conservatives in Dunsmore.
Labour has consistently led the fight against Conservative plans to launch a new Local Plan. We believe that services for existing residents such as better health, education, leisure and social care must be improved as the priority before anything else. The last 20 years has seen Rugby witness the highest rates of house building and warehouse development in the Midlands.
Having spent a career as a senior project manager in local government Alison is able to offer real life expertise in helping the lives of her constituents. Away from work, Alison's spare time is spent working to enhance environmental standards in Rugby and pursuing her passion for the arts and live music.
This statement was added by Alison Ann Livesey, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere".
|2023||Dunsmore & Leam Valley: Warwickshire local election||Labour Party||(Results due after 14 December 2023)||Position not available|
|2022||Coton and Boughton: Rugby local election||Labour Party||780 votes (elected)||1st / 5 candidates|
|2021||Coton and Boughton: Rugby local election||Labour Party||697 votes (not elected)||2nd / 5 candidates|
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