Lindsey Hall has lived in W9 for 35 years and represented the Abbey Road Ward since 2007. Having stood twice as the Conservative Party's Parliamentary Candidate in 2015 and 2017 for the Westminster North Constituency, she has become a familiar face in the area and is well-known for her pro-active response to issues like anti-social behaviour, noise complaints and breaches of planning conditions. She has served on many different Panels, Sub-Committees and P&S Committees over thirteen years on the Council including Licensing, Fostering & Adoption, DHP and Audit & Performance. She served as inaugurating Chairman of the 2010 Backbench Committee and in 2012 was appointed as Westminster's first 'Anti-Fraud Tsar' having led the fight to clamp-down on housing subletting fraud in the City. She has also served as Deputy Cabinet Member in all portfolios, most recently Business & Culture. She served as Chairman of the Westminster and St John's Wood Forums until she took up her role as the Lord Mayor of Westminster in May 2018/19.
The focus for her fundraising as Lord Mayor was young people's mental health charities YOUNG MINDS and PLACE2BE. A mum to 3 grown-up daughters and proud granny of one (so far) and partner in their family business; she understands the pressures of juggling family, business and life. Lindsey writes, "Serving as Lord Mayor of Westminster in 2018/19 was the greatest honour and hi-light of my political career. I am so proud of our magnificent city and so glad to have been able to make a difference to such an important cause."
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