Alex Armstrong is committed to the future of Dunmow. He is a Dunmow town and district councillor. He was Chair of the Dunmow Town Team for 2 years, whose aim is to create a more vibrant and dynamic High St in the town. Previously he served on the Havering Chamber of Commerce for 10 years.
“I do not want Dunmow to become either a dormitory town or a concrete jungle – any development must be in tune with the desire of the local residents.” Alex Armstrong
Professionally Alex runs a local print consultancy after previously being managing directors of both private and public companies in the printing industry.
Council RolesCouncillor at Great Dunmow Town Council, Councillor at Uttlesford District Council, Housing Board (UDC), Licensing and Environmental Health Committee (UDC), North Essex Parking Partnership (UDC), Portfolio Holder: Culture, Heritage and Tourism (UDC), Portfolio Holder: Education and Libraries (UDC), Portfolio Holder: Sports and Leisure (UDC)
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Alex Armstrong is committed to creating successful business, and knows that a joined-up approach it the best way to take the district forward. He is a Great Dunmow Town Councillor. He was Chair of the Dunmow Town Team for 2 years, has served on the Havering Chamber of Commerce and Industry for 10 years, where he was the chairman for 4 years.
In Havering he volunteered as a work experience mentor for the Borough, helping Havering College with apprenticeships. He also served on various committees including Safety and Community Partnerships, Town Centre Partnerships and Business forums and served for 10 years on the Havering Business Awards panel.
Professionally Alex has been Managing Director of both private and public companies in the printing industry. He now runs a local print consultancy.
Alex moved from the built up East End of London to Havering, which was then in Essex, only to see it become a London Borough and in his words a ‘concrete jungle’. He moved again to Great Dunmow and fell in love with the town, the open spaces, and warm and friendly people. Alex says he doesn’t want Dunmow to become either a dormitory town or a concrete jungle itself, and so any development must be in tune with the desire of the local residents.
He has been married for over 40 years and has a son in Florida and daughter in Canada. His hobbies are golf, theatre, walking and Chelsea Football Club.