Duncan Crow

Duncan is the Conservative Member of West Sussex County Council for the Tilgate and Furnace Green Electoral Division.

He has lived in Furnace Green since 1996 and also represents Furnace Green on Crawley Borough Council.

Duncan is currently the Chairman of the PLanning Committee and a Member Development Champion.  He is the Deputy Cabinet member for Active Communities, Emergency Services, Drug and Alcohol Action.

Duncan is also an Adviser to the Deputy Leader with portfolio for Communities, Environment and Enterprise.

  

Committee membership
Planning Committee
East Crawley County Local Committee

Outside bodies
Duncan represents the County Council on the following organisations

Early Years Development and Childcare Partnership
Crawley Town Centre Forum

 

01293 888564

duncan.crow@westsussex.gov.uk

News

Delivering the EU Referendum

Last weekend was historic in modern political times.  The cynics have been proved wrong and as we promised, David Cameron has delivered an In/Out EU referendum which will take place on June 23rd.  We wanted to deliver this referendum in the last Parliament but were repeatedly blocked by Labour and LibDem MPs who outnumbered Conservative MPs.  It took a majority Conservative government to finally give the British people their say on whether we should remain in or leave the European Union. 

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Richard Burrett

Richard Burrett was elected as West Sussex County Councillor for Pound Hill & Worth Division in June 2009 and has been a member of Crawley Borough Council since 1992. Richard has a special interest in education, and serves as Chair of Governors at a primary school and Vice-Chair at secondary school, as well as being a member of the Court of Sussex University. He is also a trustee of Crawley Open House, and was previously a Non-Executive Director of the former Crawley Primary Care Trust. Outside of politics, Richard's interests include music, walking and exploring the countryside.

Bob Lanzer

Bob studied Chemistry at the University of Leicester where he developed his interest in politics and was a member of the Union Council. Since then Bob has predominantly worked in information technology and has considerable experience in project management. He is a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the British Computer Society and a Chartered Engineer.