Cllr Sarah Gibson
Spokesperson for Planning and Housing Wiltshire Councillor for Bradford on Avon South Bradford on Avon Town Councillor for South
Elms Cross Yard, Frome Road, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 2EA
01225 866269 (landline)
07501 719197 (mobile)
Article: Aug 7, 2020
The Liberal Democrats have condemned the Conservative Government's plans to reform the planning system, arguing that proposed changes will do nothing to alleviate the housing crisis in Wiltshire.
The Liberal Democrats believe the Conservatives' proposals will not help those who are stuck on waiting lists and express concern that zoning plans risk "leaving whole areas behind."
Article: Jun 10, 2019
The Liberal Democrat group on Wiltshire Council have announced their new shadow Cabinet spokespeople, following their group AGM on Saturday 8thJune 2019.
The meeting also saw the re-election of Ian Thorn as the leader of the opposition on Wiltshire Council.
Cllr Thorn commenting on the appointment of the new spokespeople said, "With less than two years to go until the next Wiltshire Council election, it is now very important to challenge the Conservative administration at every opportunity and these appointments will play a crucial part in doing so."
Article: Jun 8, 2019In Bradford on Avon Lib Dems
We're delighted that you elected Sarah Gibson to become your new town councillor.
The results were as follows:
Sarah Gibson (Lib Dem): 725
Ideal Bradford: 378
Being part of decision making at town council level will help Sarah in her on-going work for the town. She continues as a Wiltshire Councillor too and looks forward to making further progress on the issues that matter in Bradford.
Article: Oct 24, 2018In Bradford on Avon FOCUS, Autumn 2018
Bath and North East Somerset Council (BANES) published plans for a Clean Air Zone on October 16th, involving a charge on higher emission vehicles in Bath city centre. However, the plan could bring traffic from the A46 to the A36 through Bradford instead. "I fully support tackling the issue of pollution in city centres," says Cllr Sarah Gibson, "but it mustn't simply shift the problem elsewhere."