Andy Robson

Andy was born in Chelmsford and moved back to work as a teacher in local Essex schools twenty years ago. He lives in the centre of Galleywood and delivers local Focus newsletters.

Andy is concerned about the Conservatives' plans for spending a further £1 million on the Civic Centre, believing that the money could be better used to protect the level of city council services. He is keen to see more affordable housing and a much wider public consultation over how to provide all the extra housing the city requires.

"I will campaign, too," he says, "for the safeguarding of our library services, the extension of the cycle network and for a higher priority to be given to road and pavement repairs. I look forward to hearing from local residents about their concerns and priorities."

Maureen Miller

Cllr Maureen Miller

Cllr Maureen Miller was County Councillor for Great Baddow from 2001, and additionally represented Galleywood from 2005 to 2013. In that time Maureen has taken part in many local events and projects on behalf of local people. Additionally, Maureen is a Great Baddow Parish Councillor; Secretary of the Great Baddow and Galleywood Branch of the Liberal Democrats, and a School Governor of Baddow High School and Beehive Lane Primary School.

Maureen served the Chelmsford community as Mayoress in 2013/14.

Said Maureen, "I am committed to defending green open spaces against inappropriate development. My particular interests at county level are health-related subjects and education - especially concerning safety of children going to and from school."