Discover who was elected as Watford mayor 2018, and how they will serve the Watford community. your Plumber Watford likes to take an interest in local politics, therefore we are pleased to share the news that a new mayor was elected this year. We are local plumbers who serve Watford. Issues that affect our community also affect us. We need a mayor who respects local businesses and supports the lives of our customers. Mayor Peter Taylor has five priorities for Watford in 2018 and beyond, and these priorities also match the Plumber Watford values.
In 2002, the first Mayor of Watford was elected. Dorothy Thornhill was elected for the Liberal Democrats, and she also broke two records in the process. Baroness Thornhill is the first woman to be directly elected as mayor, and she was also the first Liberal Democrat mayor to be directly elected. She held the position until 2018, when she decided not to run for another term.
The Liberal Democrats put forward a new candidate. Peter Taylor won easily, with 48.7% of the first round votes and another 61.6% of the second round votes. Taylor assumed office on 4 May, 2018.
You can contact Mayor Peter Taylor by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First of all, Peter Taylor aims to deliver value for money as Watford’s mayor. Just like Mayor Taylor, Plumber Watford also aims to offer great value with every job we do. He plans to keep taxes low. Local residents will have more money in their pocket as a result. This is great news for the local economy. There will be funding made available and therefore local services can improve what they offer for residents.
Taylor will work with local housing associations to produce more affordable homes. Watford residents will therefore have better properties to live in – and pay less in rent. Plumber Watford supports those housing associations, and also local residents, by providing a top notch plumbing service.
Mayor Taylor’s manifesto also contains pledges to improve public transport, to raise funding for parks and leisure centres, and also regenerate the town centre. Local businesses will benefit from these improvements. The newly developed Business Improvement District will host local trade events and festivals. Furthermore, those changes to the public transport system should make Watford a more attractive place to live and work.
We care deeply about our local community. We don’t back any particular political party, but we do support any mayor with Watford’s best interests at heart! That is why we are pleased to see Mayor Peter Taylor’s pledges to improve the town. We back politicians who support local businesses and also look after Watford’s residents.
We are your local plumbing specialists and we are here to support Watford’s homes and businesses. You can call Watford plumbers for a fast response to plumbing emergencies, and also for planned plumbing works. We are your local plumbing specialists. No job is too big or too small. You can call us for more information. You can also browse the rest of our blog for more information about Watford. We are here to help! Discover local services in Watford with our trusted plumbing team. Get in touch today!
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