Manor North

Cllr Angela Kennedy

Member of:

Full Council Committee

Human Resources Committee


Central Bletchley

Cllr Richard Graham

Cllr Richard Graham

Vice-Chair of the Council

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richard.graham@bletchleyfennystratford-tc.gov.uk

Register of interests

Member of:

Full Council
Human Resources Committee
Newton Leys Building Committee

Eaton South

Cllr Michael McDonald

Member of:

Full Council
Human Resouces Committee

Fenny Stratford

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Member of: Full Council, Newton Leys Building Committee

Profile: It was 2007 before I took an interest in local government even though I had lived in Bletchley since 1963,  I had no idea that there
were two Councils let along what they did. In 2007 the local Councillors voted against building a bridge that would have connected Sherwood Drive with Denbigh Industry which would also come with £18m worth of regeneration money for Bletchley town centre, I thought this was a mistake so I started taking an interest in the local council. At that time I was running a plant hire company and was sub-contracting services to the Highways Department of Milton Keynes Council, repairing old drains and laying new ones. Jan Loyed, Chair of Bletchley & Fenny Stratford Town Council, then invited me to come into Bletchley & Fenny Stratford Town Council, which I did. My interests are planning and civil engineering. 

Eaton North

Cllr Mohammed Rohim

Member of: Full Council

Profile: I became a Councillor as I am passionate about serving and helping the local community. Local authorities have highlighted that Eaton Manor has been deprived, I feel that the local residents’ voices need to be heard. I believe it is my challenge to represent our community in all future planning and development. 

 

Manor South

Cllr Keith Ely

Member of: Full Council, Human Resources Committee, Newton Leys Building Committee

Profile: I was born in Ipswich, Suffolk in 1939 but was brought up in Ilford Essex during the 2nd world war. I was educated at Loxford Secondary Modern School and left in 1956 to begin my training as a civil engineer specialising in highways and structures. I had several engineering jobs in local government in and around the London area but moved to Harlow New Town and later to Aylesbury Council in 1968. I moved with my wife Alma and our son and daughter to Bletchley Council as their Senior Engineer in 1970 which then became part of Milton Keynes in 1974.

My career changed to one in the waste management industry and later became a Member of the Chartered Institute of Waste Management. I took early retirement from Milton Keynes Council as their Head of Transport and Infrastructure in 1998. During my career I designed and managed the door to door recycling scheme and the recycling factory for Milton Keynes in 1990 and 1992 respectively.

I was co-opted onto the Town Council in 1998 and have remained a Member since. My main interests whilst with the Town Council have been in the as built environment and planning with an emphasis on regeneration.

Newton Leys

Cllr Ethaniel Kelly-Wilson

Member of:

Full Council
Human Resources Committee
Newton Leys Building Committee  


 

Granby

Queensway & Denbigh North

Cllr Ron Haine

Member of: 

Full Council

Profile: 

I have been a member of the Leon Residents Association for 15 years and Chair for 10 years. I am a fully trained union negotiator, trained in law and fully trained in health and safety. I am also a member of Milton Keynes Pension Association and on Committee as an executive member. I was union representative for 25 years and a branch Secretary for 10 years.

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