Cllr. Lee Wares, PATCHAM WARD (including Hollingbury)
Conservative Spokesperson on Environment, Transport & Sustainability. City Council representative on the Police and Crime Panel
Member of the Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee
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Telephone – 01273 291996
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Office Address – First Floor,1 Blatchington Road, Hove, BN3 3YP
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A former Local Government Officer, Chartered Surveyor and businessman, Lee has now retired to concentrate his efforts on making Brighton and Hove a better place for everybody.
Lee is a Chartered Building Surveyor and was born and raised in the City. He is proud to boast that he has lived here for his entire 50 years. He is fiercely passionate about the City and he wants to see adequate affordable housing, investment in local business and improved tourism. Lee believes in the quality of having community spirit where people live and as a Councillor will dedicate whatever time and effort is needed to support communities and their needs and to bring solutions to their concerns.
Lee was educated at Portslade Community College and went on to Brighton Technical College, Southampton Institute of Higher Education and the College of Estates Management at Reading University. He has worked for the City Council and with major global institutions as well as businesses he has built from scratch.
Lee is married to Jackie and enjoys the challenge of their two new puppies. In any spare time, as a season ticket holder, Lee follows the Albion. He also enjoys fishing and motor sports.
Lee views as his outstanding political moments to have been elected Councillor to represent Patcham including Hollingbury and having been selected by the Local Conservative Party as its Chairman.
He would like to be remembered as a Councillor who acted for everybody, irrespective of how they voted or not, above all else.