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Jason Billin

Leake and Ruddington

Jason Billin and supportersJason has lived in East Leake for 26 years, where he and his wife brought up their two children. and where he runs his own design and publishing consultancy.

Community Involvement

He is Vice Chair of Governors at Brookside School.

Jason is a member of East Leake Growth Board, working with colleagues on the issues that affect our community, including holding Severn Trent to account over flooding experienced across the division.

He is part of the founding team at East Leake Market Association.

Jason is a member of The Scouts and was Group Scout Leader in Gotham, and District Explorer Scout Commissioner for Rushcliffe.

How I Would Serve you

We stand for social equality, embracing diversity and encouraging social engagement.

More thought is needed about infrastructure, flood-risk and drainage as housing numbers increase.

Jason wants to see properly funded, integrated Health and Social Care in the community.

He actively promotes use of green energy and protecting the environment and if elected would strongly challenge any proposals for fracking in Nottinghamshire.

"As your County Councillor, I will ensure that Nottinghamshire County Council declares a Climate Emergency and leads the way on the Green Recovery we need."

When Liberal Democrats say put recovery first, we mean creating a fairer, greener, more caring society, and at the heart of this plan is ensuring the recovery is green. A recovery that faces up to the existential threat of climate change.

Years of Conservative cuts to council funding and a local leadership in denial of the full effects of Climate Change will make recovery harder. The green recovery cannot happen without proper investment in infrastructure (schools and road safety) to avoid a local climate disaster (more cars = more pollutants and less safety).