|Jackie Borland is the New Councillor in Fulham's Sands End|
Tory candidate is winner of a closely fought battle
Conservative candidate Jackie Borland is the new councillor in Sands End in the south of Fulham, following a by-election held yesterday alongside the General Election.
Jackie received 2,845 votes in a closely fought battle which saw Labour candidate Anne Rosenberg not far behind with 2,669 votes.
The third candidate, Liberal Democrat Ray Burnet received 602 votes.
Jackie says: " I was brought up across the river in Wandsworth Common, I've lived in Fulham for 6 years and my family now live in Hammersmith. I work for a small family-run residential property development business and we deal mainly with properties in and around the H&F borough."
During the pre-election campaign, she said: "I'm honoured to have been selected as the Conservative candidate for Sands End and, if elected, will dedicate my time to helping the residents where I can and work to improve what is already a fantastic area to live and work in."
She says: " Residents deserve cleaner streets and more investment in our parks. We will always put Sands End residents first."
May 17, 2017