Julian Charatan

JulianCharatan.jpgI have lived in Crawley for more than half my adult life - 26 years - twelve of them on Maidenbower. I moved here to work at what was then Rediffusion on Manor Royal. I now work in the City as a Business Systems Analyst. I believe in hard work and effort to achieve what you want in life. But I also believe a fair chance to succeed should be available to all. That's what makes me a Labour supporter. I don't believe any other party is as committed to ensuring everyone has a fair chance to achieve.

Candidate Profile - Tilgate

I am your Labour Party candidate for the Borough Council elections on 7th May.

A little about me

I'm originally from Manchester but lived for several years in Brighton while I studied for a degree.  I moved to Crawley in 1987 and have lived here continuously since then.  I worked at was Rediffusion - now Thales - on Manor Royal for several years but now work in IT in the financial industry in Canary Wharf.

I have one teenage son who lives with me.

Over the years I have been very active in the community. I have, for example, been regularly attending the Tilgate Forum meetings.

Why I'm standing for Tilgate

I have been lucky in the opportunities that I have had in my life and in the community I call 'mine'. I want to both repay a debt I feel I owe and give back to the community I feel a part of.

I am proud to have been selected for Tilgate by a free vote of the Crawley Labour party.

What I will do as councillor

If elected I will:

- Represent your views to the best of my ability at Borough and, if necessary and possible, any other levels of government if appropriate. 

- Provide regular and accessible updates on what I have been doing for Tilgate

- Work with the borough council and its officers to help resolve council matters affecting you as an individual or Tilgate generally.

- Be regularly available to answer questions and provide such advice and guidance as I can on matters relating to the Borough or County Council and its decisions.

 

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