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Winchester : Politics

St Michael Ward 

Election Thursday 

6th May 2021         

                       

 

 

Ian Tait

 

Your Independent Choice 

 

On Thursday the 6th May 2021 voters in St Michael Ward will have two votes for the City Council election, one for the Eastgate Division of the County Council and a vote for the Police Crime Commissioner.

 

I am standing for the City Council and hope that residents will consider me for one of your votes.

 

Although I previously served for 19 years as a conservative and was very proud to do so, over recent years I have come to question whether the political bickering between the parties is really serving residents well. Also, I have been saddened by the lack of political leadership from both main parties over the need to address the desperate shortage of affordable and inclusive housing in Winchester. I have been humbled by the many people who have encouraged me to stand again saying that Winchester needs an affordable housing champion, a role I would very willingly take on.  

 

I have a very deep knowledge and understanding of what is happening in Winchester and how to get things done. I hope that over the years I have demonstrated that I am a hardworking servant for Winchester.

 

My priorities are:

 

Delivering more affordable and inclusive Housing

Better and more responsive Planning Service 

Supporting the voluntary sector 

Ensuring a fair deal for our excellent local taxi drivers

Maintaining and improving street cleaning and rubbish collection 

Controlling pigeons in the City centre 

 

Ian Tait – the independent choice 6th May

 

 

A bit about me

 

I have always lived and worked in Winchester and my family have been in the city for well over 150 years. We have been jewellers (Pralls) dentists (Inge) teachers (my mum taught at Danemark) and accountants. My great uncle Bill Prall used to wind the City Clock on Lloyds Bank. 

 

I went to Western, Westgate and Peter Symonds and worked for many years at Nat West in the High Street. I now work as a housing and property consultant.

 

I have previously served for 19 years on the Council alongside Fiona Mather. I get on very well with Fiona who is undoubtably one of the hardest working and most effective councillors in Winchester. I spent many years on the housing and planning committees and have extensive knowledge in these areas. I always prided myself on having one of the best attendance records of any councillor alongside Fiona Mather.      

 

I am very involved with many community organisations and have been a long-standing committee member of the Royal British Legion for 35 years. My family have been supporting Relate for well over 50 years and I am a school governor at St Faiths, a trustee of the Winchester Mediation Service and a director of the Winchester Housing Trust. I have also been a trustee of St Johns Winchester Charity and St Cross Hospital and I am a fund raiser for the Carroll Centre in Stanmore. I have also been a trustee of the Winchester & Andover Carers Centre for 25 years. 

 

I am a passionate and outspoken supporter for more affordable and inclusive housing and have never shied away from championing new sites for homes. 

 

If you want and strong and independent voice on the Council please support me of Thursday 6th May.  

 

Feel free to contact me at ian.d.tait@gmail.com or 

07973 735493 

 

Printed and published by Ian Tait on behalf of Ian Tait, 2 Bereweeke House, 14 Bereweeke Road, Winchester , SO22 6BB          


Westgate Division 

Election Thursday 

6th May 2021                                

 

 

Ian Tait

 

Your Independent Choice for Hampshire County Council

 

On Thursday the 6th May 2021 voters in the Westgate Division will be electing a new County Councillor. There are also elections for City Councillors in St Lukes, St Pauls, St Barnabas and St Bartholomew’s together with a new Police Crime Commissioner.

 

I have previously served for 19 years as a conservative councillor and was very proud to do so however over recent years I have come to question whether the political bickering between the parties is really serving residents well. I have also been saddened by the lack of political leadership from both main parties over the need to address the desperate shortage of affordable and inclusive housing in Winchester. I have been humbled by the many people who have encouraged me to stand again saying that Winchester needs an affordable housing champion, a role I would very willingly take on.  

 

I have a strong knowledge and understanding of what is happening in Winchester and further afield in Hampshire and how to get things done. I hope that over the years I have demonstrated that I am a hardworking servant for Winchester.

 

My priorities are:

 

Investing in better adult social care  

Supporting the voluntary sector

Investing in our roads and pavements and ensuring potholes are sorted out speedily

Embracing the need to address climate change

Supporting our excellent schools and colleges  

Ensuring support for younger people 

Improved recycling

 

       Please support me on the 6th May 2021 

 

Ian Tait – the independent choice 6th May

 

 

A bit about me

 

I have always lived and worked in Winchester and my family have been in the city for well over 150 years. We have been jewellers (Pralls) dentists (Inge) teachers (my mum taught at Danemark) and accountants. My great uncle Bill Prall used to wind the City Clock on Lloyds Bank. 

 

I went to Western, Westgate and Peter Symonds and worked for many years at Nat West in the High Street. I now work as a housing and property consultant.

 

I have previously served for 19 years on the City Council alongside Jamie Scott. I work very well with Jamie who is undoubtably one of the hardest working and most effective councillors in Winchester. I spent many years on the housing and planning committees and have extensive knowledge in these areas. 

 

I am very involved with many community organisations and have been a long-standing committee member of the Royal British Legion for 35 years. My family have been supporting Relate for well over 50 years and I am a school governor at St Faiths, a trustee of the Winchester Mediation Service and a director of the Winchester Housing Trust. I have also been a trustee of St Johns Winchester Charity and St Cross Hospital and I am a fund raiser for the Carroll Centre in Stanmore. I have also been a trustee of the Winchester & Andover Carers Centre for 25 years. 

 

I am a passionate and outspoken supporter for more affordable and inclusive housing and have never shied away from championing new sites for homes. 

 

If you want and strong and independent voice on the County Council please support me of Thursday 6th May.  

 

Feel free to contact me at ian.d.tait@gmail.com or 

07973 735493 

 

 

Printed and published by Ian Tait on behalf of Ian Tait, 2 Bereweeke House, 14 Bereweeke Road, Winchester, SO22 6BB          


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