Tony O'Neill - Penn Hill

Tony O'Neill. In addition to the environment, Tony is passionate about Penn Hill representation from within the new unitary authority. He is keen to represent, protect and develop Penn Hill his being conscious of ward needs and the many challenges surrounding planning, street cleansing and maintenance, education [places and curriculum], parks and open spaces and the importance of the continued development of business and commerce, infrastructure, social care and housing.

Ensuring that the ward continues to protect, develop and grow to the benefit of all of its residents, our children and families; by confirming that the ward is strongly represented and continues to grow and develop with ongoing investment from the new unitary authority.

A resident of Penn Hill, Tony has a record of achievement in security and defence industries where results required excellent listening and communication skills in environments often unionised, highly politicised and competitive. Award winning Tony was also a director of the National Security Inspectorate and a chair of the British Security Industry Association.

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Mohan Iyengar - Canford Cliffs

Mohan is married with three daughters and has lived in Poole for 12 years. He studied at Harvard and for 20 years has mentored organisations to improve customer service. His business is based in Canford Cliffs ward.Mohan's pledges

Bryan Dion - Penn Hill

Cllr. Bryan Dion is new to politics having been elected in May 2019 but has years of leadership experience.  He was the MD for a family run packaging company for over a decade in Wimborne, Dorset, a serving Army officer and worked in the financial services industry.

May Haines - Canford Cliffs

May was first elected in 2007. Previously the Deputy Leader of Borough of Poole, May worked in banking and accountancy. During her terms of office, she has been Chairman and Vice Chair of the Audit Committee as well as the Council Resources Committee.

Ann Stribley - Parkstone

Ann was first elected in April 1977 and has held most senior positions within the Council, she is a former Conservative Group Leader and Deputy Leader of the Council. For most of her political career she has served on the Planning Committee, twice as Chairman since 2007.

Judy Butt - Creekmoor

Judy was first elected in May 1999 and has worked in most areas of council services. She is a former Chairman of LIcensing and Vice Chairman of Planning and Learning Disability Champion and understands how to engage people to participate.

Mike White - Hamworthy

Mike has been a Councillor for Hamworthy (formerly Hamworthy East) since 2003. He lives in Hamworthy with his wife Jennifer, a local therapist, and they have three grown children.