Councillor Steve McKenna

Steve McKenna croppedSteve McKenna was elected Councillor for Redhill East in May 2016.

Steve is a Chartered Surveyor and Town Planner. He currently works for a University designing Town Planning courses for the new degree apprenticeship system. Steve is also on the editorial Board of Green World, the Green Party magazine.

Steve says, “I am passionate about making Redhill a better place to live and representing all residents of Redhill East. I want to help protect and enhance the character of our town and green spaces.”

Contact Steve:

Mobile: 07486 315140
Email: steve@redhillgreens.org.uk

4 Comments

  1. Councillor Bryn Truscott
    Posted Tuesday, 25 March 2014 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    Dear Luke

    Thanks for contacting us. We have spoken to the Council’s Waste & Cleansing Dept about this, and they should contact you directly in the next couple of days. Please let us know if you don’t hear from them or if you need anything further from us

    Best wishes
    Bryn

  2. Donna Foster
    Posted Friday, 18 January 2019 at 10:16 am | Permalink

    Hi Steve,

    It struck me on walking past the new RNIB conversion/development today that it provided an ideal route for a cycle path from Earlswood, through the new estate, and out to Nutfield. Thereby joining two communities in an sustainable and safe way.

    Has this been considered at all? Do you think it stands a chance of being adopted as a proposal? I’d be happy to lend my support to drive this through the necessary policy to get it achieved.

    I’d be grateful for you and your team’s thoughts on this matter.

    Best Regards
    Donna, keen cyclist and SUSTRANS supporter.

    • Councillor Jonathan Essex
      Posted Friday, 18 January 2019 at 10:50 am | Permalink

      Hi Donna,

      This is a really good idea. I will ask the Rights of Way team at Surrey to see if this is already planned, and if not what is required to make it happen.

      Thanks!

      Jonathan

      • Donna Foster
        Posted Friday, 18 January 2019 at 12:31 pm | Permalink

        Awesome! I look forward to seeing what we can do.

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