Cllr Roberto Weeden-Sanz, Cllr Sam Mackover, Cllr Will Lane
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Cllr Sam Mackover
Sam has lived in Queen's Gate Ward for around 30 years. He is passionate about the quality of buildings in the Borough, along with keeping local streets clean and quiet, and improving air quality. He is a board member of Urban Design London. He formerly served on the board of the University of West London, and as a Queen's Gate Councillor until 2018.
Cllr Will Lane
Will lives at his family home in Queen's Gate Ward. He is committed to ensuring that the unique character of Queen's Gate - historic architecture, safe streets, and residential atmosphere - is preserved and protected, to benefit the people who live here. Will read Law at St John's College Cambridge and is currently pursuing a career at the Bar. He was elected as the Councillor for Queen's Gate in 2022
Cllr Roberto Weeden-Sanz
Roberto is a local Queen's Gate resident and former volunteer police officer and charity worker. He believes in the importance of preserving our local heritage and environment. He has served as a primary school governor and volunteers at a soup kitchen for the homeless. Roberto was elected to represent Queen's Gate in 2022