Martin Tett

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Little Chalfont & Amersham Common Ward (1 of 3)
Leader Buckinghamshire Council

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.  Locally, Hill Avenue, Woodside Road, Raans Road, Westanley Avenue and the A404 Amersham Road are amongst those recently resurfaced.

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.



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