Robert Evans

Councillor for Farnborough & Crofton
Robert Evans is a Conservative councillor for Farnborough & Crofton ward.

Committee appointments

  • Care Services Portfolio
  • Council
  • Executive
  • Health and Wellbeing Board

Responsibilities

  • Executive
  • Portfolio Holder for Care Services (including Public Health)

Appointments to outside bodies

  • Bromley Safeguarding Adults Board – Representative
  • Bromley Safeguarding Children Board – Representative
  • London Councils Grants Committee – Associated Joint Committee – Deputy 1
  • London Councils Health and Adult Services Forum – Representative (Adult Services and Public Health)
  • London Councils Housing Forum – Representative (Operations)
  • Management Committee for Pupil Referral Service – Representative
  • The Court of the University of Kent – Representative

See Also

Angela Page

Councillor for Chelsfield & Pratts Bottom
Angela Page is delighted to have been elected in Chelsfield & Pratts Bottom and be given the opportunity to build upon the good work carried out by the previous Councillors over the last four years.

Chris Pierce

Councillor for Cray Valley East
Chris is honoured to have been selected as a Councillor by his local residents. He is retired and has lived in the ward for over 17 years. He has a wife Lois and a very locally well known dog Gunner. He also has a son Steven who lives away from home.

Richard Scoates

Councillor for Darwin
Richard is a Civil and Structural Engineer and has lived in the Borough all his life apart from 5 years spent at university. Richard is a great supporter of preserving the greenbelt from inappropriate development, and believes that planning should be made more localised – after all, local residents are best placed to know what’s best for their local community.

Harry Stranger

Councillor for Cray Valley East

Harry Stranger is a Conservative councillor for Cray Valley East ward

Pauline Tunicliffe

Councillor for Orpington ward 
Pauline has represented the residents of Orpington Ward since being elected in 2006. Pauline has lived in Orpington for over 25 years. She has two grown up daughters who were educated locally. She has run her own successful business in haute-couture since 1987.