you feel safe, whether in the home, in your school or college, at your place of work or in your later years.
together we will continue to improve the environment we live in. Your County Council is committed to reducing waste to landfill, producing more energy from renewable sources and reducing the WSCC’s carbon emissions to zero by 2030.
the County Council does all it can to support residents across West Sussex - particularly those living in Chichester North - by maintaining roads, encouraging cycling, supporting infrastructure improvements and supporting our communities.
we continue to invest in our frontline services which are there supporting our residents, especially supporting both vulnerable children and adults, families in need, as well as caring for our elderly.
as we come out of the pandemic, not only must we support those residents who have been severely impacted, but we also need to support investment in our economy - both rural and urban - in order to secure future employment.
· I have both lived and worked in the Chichester area for 42 years and I have lived in Chichester North for nearly 36 years.
· I am married to Gill, a Cicestrian, and we have two grown up daughters and a rescue Jack Russell called Buddy.
· I have always been actively involved in the community and before I became your County Councillor I was Chairman of my local Residents’ Association.
· I ran a local business, based in Lavant for 17 years, before relocating to Chichester.
- I was first elected as your County Councillor in 2013. I served as Cabinet Member for education, when in 2015 I started our campaign for fairer school funding .
· Since 2016 I have been the Cabinet Member for Finance. This has been a challenging time financially, especially the last year, so I am proud that we have presented a balanced budget every year. More importantly budgets that, year on year, have seen increased investment in frontline services.
· I actively support all the Parish Councils in my Division, as well as Residents’ Associations and, most importantly, individual residents when they need a helping hand.
- I also support my communities in opposing inappropriate development, whether it’s ‘garden grabbing’, large developments in strategic gaps or new roads that will destroy our countryside.
Tackling flooding through Operation Watershed
Jeremy recently supported Westhampnett Parish Council in their successful grant application to address the flooding in Westerton Lane. Jeremy has also supported successful Operation Watershed applications for East Dean, Singleton, West Dean and Lavant.
Investing in our local Communities
Jeremy supported the Boxgrove Traffic Calming Group with their Communities Highways Scheme application to make the village safer. Jeremy has also supported other successful community grant applications, including CDT’s Interactive Play Scheme and improving disabled access to St Paul's Church.
Campaigning for safer roads
Jeremy campaigned for a speed limit reduction between Chichester and Lavant. The new limit of 40mph limit will make this road much safer, especially by Summersdale Garage.
Jeremy is currently supporting West Dean and Singleton with their traffic calming campaigns
Supporting the Community in the City
Jeremy supported the residents of King George Gardens application to extend parking restrictions, particularly to improve road safety. Jeremy campaigned to have The Drive re-surfaced. This was achieved in 2019.
f you would like to raise an issue of concern, or help my campaign, please contact me:
Tel: 07785 926061 or contact me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org @Jeremy4ChiNorth