David Fallon - Borough Council Candidate for Park ward

"I am delighted to have been selected once again to fight for the people of Park and am really looking forward to representing residents on the issues that matter to them. It's time that the local Councillors stood up for our area and I will be working with our re-elected MP Richard Harrington to ensure that voters receive the support they need and that their concerns are listened to."

Roads and pavements - Potholes and damage to pavements is particularly bad in certain areas of our ward. This needs to be highlighted by our local Councillors quicker and more efficiently than it has been in the past. 

Community safety and well-being - David is passionate about the safety and well being of his community. Having lived in Park for many years, David understands that antisocial behavior is an important issue to residents. He said: "I am firmly committed to maintaining the quality and security we currently enjoy in our area. I monitored the 'pub in the park' proposal carefully to defend our interests and I will continue to keep you informed about further developments in the future." 
I have also participated in community projects through our Association's Watford Together initiative and I am proud to recommend our website Community Connect; an initiative dedicated to enhancing the connection between businesses, charities and the local community to deliver better support and raise awareness for those in need".  
Lastly, I would like to thank everybody that came out to vote for me on May 3rd, I will continue to work hard for all residents in Park and please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries or concerns". 

Wider representation for Watford - It is about time we had a fresh Conservative voice on our Council to hold the Liberal democrats to account and not allow them to simply rubber stamp policies through with no opposition. The monopoly they currently hold allows them to be complacent as they know they can easily vote anything through, this will inevitably lead to negative consequences for voters who ironically may not be prioritized despite the large mandate they have given. Allow me to fight for your interests, you will always be my priority, not the party line.