Welcome to the website of Julian Stanyer

Julian Stanyer is the immediate past Mayor of Tunbridge Wells. He is married to Annie and lives in Langton Green.

Outside politics, he works as a Chartered Surveyor with a specialism in Regeneration.

He has represented Speldhurst & Bidborough Ward as Conservative borough councillor since May 2008. He is a tenacious advocate of well-managed local authorities and has a history of supporting this through his work on the Audit & Governance Committee and the Overview & Scrutiny Committee where he was Chairman.

Currently, he sits on the Planning and Transport Cabinet Advisory Board and the Planning Policy Working Group, as well as the Joint Transportation Board with Kent County Council.

Locally, the ward he serves provides a strong conservative prescence and leadership not only to this area but to the Borough as a whole.

He is Chairman of the Langton Green, Speldhurst and Bidborough Branch of the Conservatives and Chairman of the Tunbridge Wells Twinning and Friendship Association with Wiesbaden in Germany. 

You can contact him via email on julianstanyer@btinternet.com Also representing the ward are Cllr David Jukes and Cllr Julia Soyke.

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Long awaited plans for a development on Tunbridge Wells former ABC Cinema site have received a hostile reaction from the Tunbridge Wells Civic Society and other experts in the development world.one of whom described it as 'more akin to an industrial building.'

The scheme, which involves108 flats, 60,000 square feet of retail and a 'boutique' cinema for 500 people.

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