Tavistock North: Neil Jory

"I am standing for election for the first time, having lived and worked in the Tavistock area since 2002. If elected, I will use my experiences as a qualified Chartered Secretary, Finance Manager and local business owner to represent the interests of the residents of Tavistock North. I am proud to be joining my fellow West Devon Conservatives, and look forward to helping them build on their recent achievements as members of the current Borough Council. Together, we can give Tavistock the Council it deserves. I am genuinely interested in your views, so please do not hesitate to contact me with your concerns.

My campaign priorities are:

Keeping Council Tax low — valued local services must be maintained through increased efficiency in public finances. 

Supporting a thriving local economy —  bringing growth and new jobs into the area so our community can prosper. 

Protecting our environment — we live in a beautiful area, and the conservation of our heritage for future generations is important. 

Encouraging inclusion and access for all of our community to the cultural, sporting and leisure activities across the Borough. 

Empowering the community —  I am committed to be a strong voice for local residents, particularly the young people in our town."


See Also

Burrator: Diana Moyse

Diana was first elected to West Devon Borough Council in 1999. Prior to that, she was the Clerk to Burrator Parish Council. As a West Devon councillor, Diana’s main interest has been in planning, where she chaired the Future Planning and Housing Committee – then one of the council’s two main strategic policy committees.

Brian Lamb - Bere Ferrers

Upon leaving school, for five years I was a member of police forces in Birmingham and North West Europe, including Berlin.