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David Barnard

David Barnard
02 May 2013
02 May 2013
Conservative
Hitchin Rural
Lodge Cottages
Lilley Bottom
Nr Luton
LU2 8NH
01462768888

Locality Budget Scheme (LBS)

Every County Councillor has a Locality Budget to spend on community projects.

Archive of all Locality Budget (LBS) applications and allocations (2009-2017)

Locality Budget allocations made by Cllr David Barnard for this division (from June 2017)

Highways Locality Budget Scheme (HLB)

Councillors also have a Highways Locality Budget to be spent on highway maintenance in their division.

Archive of all Highways Locality Budget (HLB) allocations (2009-2017)

Highways Locality allocations made by Cllr David Barnard  (from June 2017)

Election History

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Thu 2 May 2013  

Party Representation History

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ConservativeThu 2 May 2013

Division Representation History

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Hitchin RuralThu 2 May 2013

Current Outside Body Appointments

Past Outside Body Appointments

Not a past member of any Outside Body.

Personal Register of Interests

Meeting Declarations

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I am the Conservative County Councillor representing Hitchin Rural Division, which includes Oughton in Hitchin, and rural villages extending from Pirton and Ickleford, through to, and including, St. Paul’s Walden. I am very privileged to represent some beautiful villages in the most beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.

 

I have been an elected District Councillor in North Herts for 26 years, and a County Councillor for since 2013.

 

I am a Board member of both the Chilterns Conservation Board, and North Herts Homes. I also represent the county council on outside bodies - please see the "Outside bodies" tab above for details.

 

I am married to Sue, and have two daughters, and, more recently, five grandchildren.

 

I am proud to liaise with my Parish Councils, community groups, and others, to help maintain, and if possible, enhance our wellbeing, and protect against erosion of our traditional way of life.