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John Hale

John Hale
04 May 2017
04 May 2017
Liberal Democrats
Colney Heath & Marshalswick
37 Chandlers Road
St Albans
Herts
AL4 9RT
07387 085502

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 John Hale 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 John Hale  (from June 2017)

Election History

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Party Representation History

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Liberal DemocratsThu 4 May 2017

Division Representation History

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Colney Heath & MarshalswickThu 4 May 2017

Current Committee Memberships

Past Committee Memberships

Not a past member of any Committee.

Current Outside Body Appointments

Not a current member of any Outside Body.

Past Outside Body Appointments

Not a past member of any Outside Body.

Personal Register of Interests

Meeting Declarations

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As the Liberal Democrat County Councillor for Colney Heath & Marshalswick, I represent a division that straddles rural green belt and suburban housing.  The division includes parts of Colney Heath and Sandridge Parishes.  I am a Sandridge Parish Councillor and regularly attend the meetings of Colney Heath Parish Council, so I am kept informed of both parishes priorities.

I am frequently out and about in the division – often on my bicycle, which is easier to park!   I keep in touch through FOCUS newsletters and e-mail and am pleased to receive invitations to attend local meetings of every shape and size.

County Council role

I was elected to the Council in 2017 and am therefore very much a new boy.   It is a very interesting role and I am grateful for this opportunity to contribute positively to the local area.  I see my role as assisting residents in engaging with the council and in getting things done.

Personal, professional and political details 

I moved to St Albans in 1989 having previously lived in London and for three years Los Angeles. 

Before being elected to the County Council I trained as an Accountant and work as an auditor for many years.  More recently I have worked as a Risk and Compliance (Financial Regulation) specialist.

I joined the Liberal Party in the early 1980s and have been active in the local Liberal Democrats since I moved to St Albans.

I am also an active member of St Albans Quieter Skies, campaigning against excessive aircraft noise in St Albans.