Nick strongly believes in building a greener, more caring, more open society that promotes opportunities for all, support for those who need it most, and a sustainable economy. As a county councillor, he will strive to ensure thorough local and district consultation in council planning, seek best value in council spending for tax payers, and the implementation of environmentally friendly solutions. Nick believes passionately in interconnecting local services, engaging with street communities and action groups, and promoting the involvement of residents in finding solutions to today’s challenges.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hardship to local families and businesses alike and changed forever the way we live and conduct business. Nick firmly believes that the necessity to rebuild our local economy presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rebuild for the better and secure an improved quality of life for all. We need to share ideas freely, try new approaches with a ‘can do’ attitude, and continue to put the interests of the many above the interests of a few.
Nick has lived and raised a family in north Littlehampton for more than 20 years and is actively involved in local sports groups. He works from home as a consultant in the pharmaceutical industry.