Kevin has represented Shipley for the Green Party on Bradford Council since 2004. He has been active in green politics since the late 1980s. He is determined to play his part in building a more sustainable and socially just society.
As a local councillor, he works hard for residents and makes sure their concerns are heard in City Hall. Together with fellow Green councillors Martin Love and Hawarun Hussain, he has persuaded Bradford Council to invest millions in energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technologies. These investments are cutting the district's carbon footprint and capping the Council's energy bills, saving money for local taxpayers and building a more sustainable future for us all.
Together with the other Green councillors he also spearheaded successful local campaigns for quieter, safer residential streets, better recycling and new community play areas, supported local shops and blocked unwanted supermarket planning applications. And, of course, they have handled thousands of everyday concerns during their time in office.
Kevin was re-elected to Bradford council in 2015. He was also the Green Party's parliamentary candidate for the Shipley constituency in the general election coming fourth and securing our highest ever vote in Brdaford District at a General Election.
If you would like to get in touch with Kevin about any local issues, or to help with his campaign, you can do so via email or by the contact details below:
37 Moorhead Terrace, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 4LB