Tracy lives in Clavering. She has held senior leadership roles in the field of Human Resources, with a focus on community engagement. She wants development in the ward villages closely controlled so as to maintain their unique beauty and rural feel.
“It is time for an independent voice to stand up for our villages. R4U speaks for residents and is not bound by national party politics.” Tracy Williams
Tracy has been selected at the R4U candidate for the Clavering Ward for the May 2019 Uttlesford District Council elections.
- Uttlesford District Clavering Ward (May 2019 Candidate)
Tracy loves the village of Clavering and is passionate about the ward and continuing to maintain the area with its unique beauty and ethos. She moved to Clavering from Littlebury to join her partner, whose family have lived in the village for four generations.
She is vocal about traffic calming and would like to see the communities in the ward declared as 20mph zones, particularly through Clavering, Wicken Bonhunt, Arkesden, and Langley. She also wants to make sure that the village feel of the ward communities are maintained by ensuring that development is closely controlled, questioned and monitored.
She is standing because she says “It is time for an independent voice to stand up for our villages. R4U speaks for residents and is not bound by national party politics.”
Professionally Tracy has held senior leadership roles in the field of Human Resources, with a special interest in community engagement.