Lewes District Councillors

Most, but by no means all, of the Lewes District Council area falls within the Lewes parliamentary constituency. The following Conservatives were elected in May 2019 to serve on LDC with the Conservatives having the largest number of councillors (19) but denied power through an opposition alliance:
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SamCllr Sam Adeniji - Lewes District Councillor for Seaford South

NancyCllr Nancy Bikson - Lewes District Councillor for Chailey and Wivesfield

LizCllr Liz Boorman - Lewes District Councillor for Seaford West

RoyCllr Roy Burman - Lewes District Councillor for Newick

SharonCllr Sharon Davy - Lewes District Councillor for Chailey and Wivelsfield

TomCllr Tom Jones - Lewes District Councillor for Ditchling and Westmeston

LeaderCllr Isabelle Linington - Councillor for Barcombe and Hamsey

Jim Lord Cllr Jim Lord - Lewes District Councillor for Seaford North

Julian   Cllr Julian Peterson - Lewes District Councillor for Seaford East

GeoffCllr Geoff Rutland - Lewes District Councillor for Seaford Central

Ian WhiteCllr Ian White - Lewes District Councillor for Seaford West

 

FOR DETAILS of the Lewes District Council wards in the Brighton Kemptown Constituency, click --HERE--

News

SAD DEATH OF FAITHFUL SEAFORD SERVANT

Lewes Conservatives are very sad to report the sudden death of Councillor Ian White who represented Seaford West Ward on Lewes District Council and was a former Leader of Seaford Town Council and Chairman of Seaford Conservatives.

ACTION ON RECYCLING FROM LEWES CONSERVATIVES

A report just published reveals that while some political parties on Lewes District Council are busy drafting strategic documents on sustainability, it is the Conservatives who inspire decisive action on green issues in an effort to reduce, reuse and recycle.

COUNCIL DISMISSES ALL OTHER OPTIONS OVER AFFORDABLE HOUSING

The views of backbench councillors have been completely ignored by the council's Cabinet which refused to look at any other suggestions for more efficient provision of affordable housing in Lewes district at its meeting yesterday [11 June].

COUNCIL REFUSES TO ACKNOWLEDGE MILLIONS RECEIVED IN COVID SUPPORT

Our local council has been blasted for failing to acknowledge millions of pounds received from Government to support local businesses, self-employed workers, the unemployed, charities, other organisations and those in need during the Covid pandemic.

COUNCIL ASKED TO LOOK AT SUPPORT FOR ALL SPORT AND LEISURE PROVIDERS

An East Sussex  council is being urged to investigate additional support to ensure the viability of all sports clubs and leisure facilities across the Lewes district, recognising the extreme pressure faced by organisations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

ENORMOUS GRATITUDE PAID TO HARD-WORKING COUNCIL STAFF

Using the first public opportunity to praise the work of Lewes District Council workers, the Conservative opposition group on the council paid tribute to the enormous effort put in by all the authority’s staff during the current Covid-19 crisis.