Working with the Community since 1894

Cllr Colin O'Donovan

Cllr Colin O'Donovan

Vice Chairman

Colin was re-elected as an independent councillor and vice chairman of Redbourn Parish Council in May 2019.

He has been a councillor for Beaumont ward since 1999.

Colin is a member of the following groups:

  • Commons & Green Spaces (chair)
  • Management & Communications
  • Finance & Policy
  • Planning
  • Fireworks working party
  • Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion (RAGE)

Colin is also the Redbourn Parish Council representative for Redbourn Museum and Redbourn Churches.

7 Ver Road
01582 792382

Introductory information about Colin

"I was born in Redbourn and have lived here all of my life going to school in Harpenden and St Albans and then onto college.

After college I started and ran my own plumbing and heating company and have now retired with one of my sons taking over the family business.

I am married to Renee and we have three children and five grandchildren all living in the St Albans district.

I was elected as a parish councillor for Beaumont ward in 1999 and have been parish council chairman and now vice chairman. Also I am chair of the Commons and Green Spaces Committee and have been for number of years.

I reformed the Fireworks Committee in 2003 and we have had a fireworks evening in its present format since then.

I was elected as a district councillor in 2000 and was in that post until 2008 focusing on planning and of course Redbourn issues.

I have been a Governor at Redbourn Infants and Junior schools.

I was a committee member of the charity Hertfordshire Institute of Plumbing being chair and treasurer over the years.

I am a casual worker at St Albans Museums and have been for the last five years, and also at the moment a parish council representative for Redbourn Museum."

  • Colin O'Donovan Register of Interest (PDF, 112 Kb)

    In order for openness and transparency, it is a legal requirement (Local Government Act 2000) for all members and co-opted members of district and parish councils to complete a Register of Interests form to register their financial and other interests. A Register of Interests form must be completed within 28 days of being elected.

    The register of interests includes:

    Details of any employment or business carried on by them.

    The name of their employer.

    Details of people who have paid towards election expenses.

    Contracts between themselves/their firm and the Council.

    Interests in any land in the area; details of any directorships

Last updated: Fri, 28 Jul 2023 13:21