Cllr Colin Day

Colin is a retired Met Police Inspector. He has resided in Uttlesford for almost 25 years. He is the UDC portfolio holder for Communities, Community Safety, and Youth; and the liaison with the Police and Fire Service.

“The residents of Uttlesford are entitled to have their say in how the district is run and the forthcoming elections are an opportunity for the residents to vote for an important change in how they are represented.” Colin Day

Colin is passionate about ensuring the voices of residents, parish and town councils are heard. Since being elected to the council he has developed a close working relationship with the district police commander and lobbies for a greater presence of uniformed police officers throughout Uttlesford.

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Assets of Community Value and Local Heritage List Committee (UDC), Councillor at Uttlesford District Council, Dunmow Town Strategy Group (UDC), Essex County Traveller Unit (UDC), Essex Police, Fire and Crime Panel (UDC), Licensing and Environmental Health Committee (UDC), Local Strategic Partnership (UDC), Portfolio Holder: Communities and Resident (UDC), Portfolio Holder: Community Safety, Police and Emergency Services (UDC)

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Colin is a retired Met Police Inspector. He has resided in Uttlesford for almost 25 years. He is the UDC portfolio holder for Communities, Community Safety, and Youth; and the liaison with the Police and Fire Service.

Colin is passionate about ensuring the voices of residents, parish and town councils are heard by way of continual, meaningful engagement. Since being elected to the council he has developed a close working relationship with the district police commander and continues to lobby the elected Police & Fire Commissioner and Chief Constable to ask for a greater presence of uniformed police officers throughout the District.

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