Leatherhead North

District Councillor for Leatherhead North

email: keira.vyvyan-robinson@molevalleylibdems.co.uk
tel: 07939 551524 (mobile)

Keira has been one of the North Leatherhead Councillors since 2019, serving as the Cabinet Member for Projects (including responsibility for Transform Leatherhead), and sitting on Development Management Committee, the Planning Policy Working Group and Mole Valley Access Group, as well as being the Armed Forces Champion, a Trustee with Leatherhead United Charities and the Member representative in meetings with Citizens' Advice.

In that time, among other things she has supported the creation of the Leatherhead Community Hub, organised the renovation of The Bridge basketball court, worked with local residents to install a sculpture on the B&Q roundabout, moved forwards with Transform Leatherhead (including obtaining full planning consent for Claire and James House, identifying the partner to develop Bull Hill and the Swan Centre and starting the design process for the Riverside Park), revamped the CIL process and has campaigned to introduce a Banking Hub in Leatherhead.

Keira believes strongly that providing the resources that communities and individuals need, and addressing problems before they become entrenched, is key to a healthy society. She would hope to continue to work with local community leaders to improve opportunities in North Leatherhead, particularly for the disadvantaged and to continue the exciting work on Transform Leatherhead.
Having grown up in Ewell, Keira joined the Army out of University before becoming a practising barrister. She now works as a lawyer in the Government Legal Department. She is married with 3 teenage children, 2 dogs, 3 cats and 4 chickens.

Keira Vyvyan-Robinson

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