Roger Adams

District Councillor for Bookham West; Chair, Mole Valley Liberal Democrats

33 Childs Hall Road,
KT23 3QF

tel: 07748 500254

Bookham West Roger Adams

Roger has lived in Bookham for the past 23 years and has been a Bookham councillor for the last four. When his children were young, he was on the Howard of Effingham PTA and the Bookham and Effingham Guides Committee. Consequently, he knows full well the issues facing residents. As a councillor, Roger has fulfilled the following roles:

• Chairman of the Thomas Flack Committee, responsible for assessing applications for charitable donations and making recommendations to Cabinet.
• Member of the Development Management Committee responsible for assessing planning applications
• Member of the Scrutiny Committee responsible for ensuring that all proposals to be considered by the Cabinet are fit for purpose
• Member of the Audit Committee responsible for ensuring the financial viability of the Council
• Member of the Council Member and Staff Consultative Forum
• Norbury Park Liaison Group Council representative
• Lower Mole Partnership Liaison Group Council representative
• Surrey Countryside Partnership Board substitute
• Surrey Hills AONB Board substitute
• Bookham Residents Association director

Roger is passionate in improving the environment and well-being for his constituents in Bookham. Whilst acknowledging the considerable need for truly affordable housing in the District, he has fought long and hard to remove the Tory inspired Preston Cross and Hunters Moon developments from the proposed Local Plan, developments that will overwhelm current facilities and infrastructure.

Despite his heavy workload on Council committees, helping constituents with a myriad of issues and contending with Covid-19, he has visited many of his constituents although not as many as he would have liked.

Roger Adams

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