Martin has lived in Little Chalfont with his family for over 30 years. He is determined to keep Bucks beautiful. He introduced the 'zero tolerance' policy towards fly-tipping and has led the anti HS2 campaign by councils along the route. He has championed our excellent education system and lobbied for the additional £10 million for Bucks schools recently won from the government. Even in difficult financial times Martin has prioritised improving our roads and pavements, with over £120 million spent in Bucks in the past six years and a commitment to spend at least another £50 million in the next council.
Anti-social parking remains a big issue. Martin has worked with the Parish Council to introduce a village wide parking review in Little Chalfont and supported new restrictions in several parts of Amersham Common.
Under Martin's leadership, the County Council has co-funded the roll out of high speed broadband to 90% of Bucks, with many parts of Little Chalfont and Amersham now able to enjoy high speed internet access. He is working to extend this to other local areas. Martin is a member of the Little Chalfont Community Association and represents Bucks on several national bodies.
Martin is the leader of Buckinghamshire Council.