Manas Deb

Manas is a Chemical engineer and a local businessman. He lives in Nightingale Avenue, at the centre of the Queen Edith's ward, with his wife and son.
Manas has been involved in community work for the last 14 years and was co-founder of the Indian Cultural Society in Cambridge.

Car parking is a growing problem in several parts of Queen Edith's, most notably in the roads nearest to Addenbrooke's Hospital and in the roads opposite Hills Road Sixth Form College. Residents have difficulties parking near their homes because many Addenbrooke's visitors and Sixth for,m college visitors would block and gridlock the pavements of certain residential streets in the ward. Manas is currently campaigning for reduced parking charges in Addenbrooke's multi-storey car parking to make pay and park more affordable and believes introduction of residence permits in the roads opposite to Hills Road Sixth Form College may be a solution to the current problem.

Manas supports the Friends of Nightingale Park and Queen Edith's Community Forum in their initiative to secure the council funding for making the old bowling green more accessible for community gardening and creating a nature's pond along with rebuilding the Pavilion next door with a multi-use community room with kitchenette.

Manas is working closely with the local residents who are scared of recent burglaries in Queen Edith's ward and he has personally visited some residents whose house was burgled. He is concerned about their safety and trying to arrange a meeting between the PCC and local residents to regain their confidence.

Conservative candidate for Queen Edith's ward

Promoted by Ben Shelton on behalf of
South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association, both at
Broadway House, 149-151 St Neots Road, Hardwick, CB23 7QJ
01954 211 444.
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