Hatfield Central

There are three candidates in Hatfield Central – read below to find out who they are and what they stand for.

This seat is currently held by the Labour Party.


Liberal Democrat – Tom Bailey, Rickfield Close, Hatfield

I want people to be proud of the town they live in, so I’ll work with the people of Hatfield to find out what is important to you and how we can change this town for the better. Hatfield has a lot going for it such as its location, the leisure centres, the University, but there are also areas like the town centre that feel neglected. Leadership is needed to bring them up to scratch.

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Our Hatfield councillors seem to have little influence on either Town or Borough Council. If elected I will change this and fight for your rights.


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Labour – Colin Croft, of Days Mead, Hatfield

I’ve lived in Hatfield for over 20 years. I’ve been a borough councillor for many years, helping to make Hatfield a better place to live in.

The Conservative council’s failure over the town centre has been a big let down and I’m committed to working hard to ensure we have a vibrant town again.

The council must clear fly tipped rubbish as soon as it appears, and catch the culprits.

We have lived with poor shopping facilities for far too long, boarded up shops do not encourage new traders into our Town.

I will hold a regular monthly surgery.


Conservative – Michal Siewniak, of Creswick Court, WGC

My pledges for Hatfield Central:

? I will be the strong voice of residents and will effectively represent Hatfield Central on the council

? I will work with the new Town Centre Manager to encourage people in to the town centre and to increase participation and engagement

? I will make sure that the town centre is maintained to an acceptable standard before and during its redevelopment


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