Your Councillors

Your Sudbury Councillors in Brent

At the Brent Council local elections on Thursday 3rd May 2018, we were deeply proud to have been elected to represent you as your three Councillors for Sudbury.

Over the next four years, we promise to fight your corner in Brent Council – campaigning on the issues that matter to you, and delivering on the ‘five pledges’ for Sudbury which we made during the local elections.

Councillor Saqib Butt

Brent Council Sudbury

Background
In the Council
Contact
Cllr Saqib Butt grew up in Brent and has lived and worked in the borough for thirty years. He knows Sudbury and Brent like the back of his hand, and is keen to do all he can to fight for local residents. 
In Brent Council, he sits on the Resources and Public Realm Scrutiny Committee; and on the Planning Committee.
Email: cllr.saqib.butt@brent.gov.uk

Twitter: @CllrSButt

Mob: 07467000185 

Councillor Mary Daly

Background
In the Council
Contact
Cllr Mary Daly has served as a Labour Councillor for Sudbury for eight years. She is deeply rooted in the community and has acted as a strong advocate for residents’ causes – helping to set up many important residents’ associations and leaseholders’ groups.
In Brent Council, she has experience sitting in a range of Council committees, including Planning and Housing. She is Vice-Chair of Wembley Brent Connects and also serves as a Brent Council representative to the Edward Harvist Trust and Wembley Eleemosynary Charities.
Email: cllr.mary.daly@brent.gov.uk

Twitter: @CllrDaly

Mob: 07747008741

Councillor Thomas Stephens

Background
In the Council
Contact
During his career, Cllr Thomas Stephens has worked with a range of Labour MPs, charities and other organisations on a number of important local and national campaigns – including the successful campaign to force the Government to conduct an inquiry into the Contaminated Blood Scandal; and ongoing efforts to decriminalise abortion in the UK. He is determined to use these skills to make sure Sudbury gets its fair share from Brent Council.
He is a member of the Housing Scrutiny Committee, which plays an important role scrutinising Brent’s housing policy and ensuring private landlords, Brent Housing Partnership and housing associations deliver for local residents. He also sits on the Teachers’ Joint Consultative Committee; the Brent Pension Fund Sub-Committee; and is one of Brent Council’s representatives to Wembley Eleemosynary Charities. He has also served in several one-off working groups – including on Brent’s Local Plan, which will determine our planning priories for the decades ahead; on affordable housing; and on how we can combat knife crime in Brent.
Email: cllr.thomas.stephens@brent.gov.uk

Twitter: @TCStephens

Mob: 07770 678714