Standing up for Your Priorities in Colville
Roni Greenfield, Ellie Lines and Becky Walsh are working hard for Colville and North Kensington:
- Standing up for local residents
- Tackling anti-social behaviour
- Improving our air quality
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Roni is a British-American who has lived in Kensington and Chelsea for 15 years. He is an undergraduate student at University College London, studying Politics, Sociology and East European Studies. He went to a local school on Pembridge Villas next to Notting Hill Gate Station.
Roni has a deep interest in local issues. He is committed to fighting for Colville residents, and has taken part in local campaigns to retain a proper police presence in Notting Hill, and to tackle air pollution in the Borough.
He plays Sunday league football having used to play for the local Kensington Dragons and Kensington Knights.
Ellie has lived in London for over twenty years. She has worked in fashion all her adult life, working as a stylist and designing her eponymous dress label. She has always loved Portobello Road for its vibrancy and its individuality, often frequenting it through her work and with friends.
A strong believer in supporting small businesses, Ellie loves the brilliant offering of independent stores, restaurants and businesses of the Portobello area. Having always worked for herself she understands the struggles many have faced during this pandemic, and is keen to ensure local businesses are getting all the support they need.
Ellie volunteers with Dad’s House food bank, helping to deliver to local families across North Kensington, and with Solidarity Sports, working with local children. She has seen how mindfulness can have such a positive effect on children. Mental Health awareness is incredibly important to her and she encourages people to enjoy a more healthy lifestyle, walking and exercising in the wonderful green spaces we have all around us.
Becky has lived in Kensington & Chelsea for thirty years. She is married with three children, and her husband was born and lived in Colville.
Becky runs an educational consultancy, and wants to focus her attention on driving up standards in local schools even further. Following a state education, she studied English Literature and Language at Oxford and is passionate about the ability of education to change lives in a positive way.
As well as education, as a mother Becky takes pollution in all its forms very seriously. She is determined to work hard on improving air quality locally. She wants to improve the cleanliness of local streets, to ensure that noise levels from popular restaurants are kept to a reasonable level, and she appreciates the importance that the Portobello Road and its market represent as living heritage.
Standing up for Your Priorities in Colville
Fighting for local residents
We are committed to standing up for all Colville residents. We are fighting with Felicity Buchan MP and RBKC to save Notting Hill Police Station and for the Royalty Studios site, so that we can ensure a proper police presence in North Kensington. We will support both private and social tenants to see that all local people have a good standard of housing, we will oppose inappropriate developments that are out of keeping with the architectural character of the area, and we will champion Safer Streets. We love our local businesses here in North Kensington and want to see they have all the support they need.
Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour
We are committed to find better ways to address the excessive anti-social behaviour and low level crime being experienced by much of Notting Hill. We support the Council’s introduction of Community Wardens, but want to see local police and wardens more actively patrolling in known crime hotspots and taking quicker action on enforcement.
Improving our air quality
We are committed to a greener Notting Hill and combatting air pollution. We are working to increase the number of charging points for electric vehicles, and are championing investment in local parks and green spaces along with more greening of our streetscape.