Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) has endorsed and is actively supporting the campaign of Independent Martin Terry for Essex Police and Crime Commissioner.
Cllr Alex Armstrong (R4U – Great Dunmow)
PCC Candidate Martin Terry
PCC Candidate Martin Terry is standing under the campaign of ‘Zero Tolerance Policing Ex-Chiefs’ which nationally includes a number of independent candidates backed by ex-police chiefs.
Martin Terry continued “If elected, I will have only one boss, residents. I will work tirelessly to fight for essential resources, find solutions to the station closings, get Bobbies back on the beat, and tackle the ‘non-emergency’ crime that locals don’t think is being taken seriously today.”
Martin Terry will be with R4U councillors answering questions from the public in the Saffron Walden Market Square on the morning of Saturday 23rd April, and Great Dunmow Market on the morning of Tuesday 26th.
Information can be found about Martin Terry and his campaign at www.martinterryindependentpcc.co.uk.
About Residents for Uttlesford
Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) is the local party of towns and villages. The party was formed by a number of residents’ groups in north Essex to provide a strong, independent voice for the views of the residents of the area. The party believes that on local issues local residents should decide, not politicians from Westminster parties.
Uttlesford residents achieved election gains in 2013 and have been increasing their voter share ever since. In 2017 they achieved further gains with a 60% share of the vote in a local district council by-election. Election successes are based on the group’s desire to give local people a voice and implement long range strategic and sustainable plans for their area.
Residents for Uttlesford has 11 Uttlesford District Councillors and numerous Town and Parish Councillors. It is the Second Party at Uttlesford District Council and the largest party at Saffron Walden Town Council, where under its stewardship, the council has won multiple awards.
Residents for Uttlesford can be found on the web at www.residents4u.org.