Residents Survey

Chesham and Amersham can recover from the pandemic stronger than before.  And you can make it happen.

I am Peter Fleet, the Conservative candidate for the upcoming by-election in Chesham and Amersham.

My family and I moved to Ashley Green, Chesham, eight years ago.  So I know how special our towns and villages are.

But as we come out of lockdown we have a big task ahead.

Whether it's preserving our green belt, bringing life back to our high streets, tackling anti-social behaviour or reducing HS2 disruption there's a lot of work to do.

That's why I'm reaching out to you.  So, will you tell me your priorities for Chesham and Amersham?

I enjoyed a thirty-year career at Ford - working my way up to become a Vice President.  So I know how to roll up my sleeves and get things done - something we need now more  than ever.

As we recover from the pandemic, we need an MP focused on local issues, building on the great work of Dame Cheryl Gillan.

Together, we can deliver new investment to local high streets - attracting high-quality shops and restaurants.

We can work with developers to make sure they only build on brownfield land, preserving our green belt for generations to come.

And we can tackle the anti-social behaviour that has grown during lockdown, including dangerous driving and littering. 

So let's work together.  Help secure Chesham and Amersham's recovery.  Fill in this short survey and tell me your priorities.


Peter Fleet

Conservative candidate for Chesham and Amersham

Peter Fleet's Chesham and Amersham Residents' Survey

  • 1 Current Your local priorities
  • 2 You and your views
  • 3 Your details
What are your top three priorities for Chesham and Amersham?
When it comes to the environment, which one of these measures would you like to see?
Like many residents, I am disappointed that HS2 is going ahead. But given where we are, which of these statements best represents your view?
When it comes to crime and anti social behaviour, what are your top two concerns?
As we recover from the pandemic, which three measures would be most important to you?