Cllr Victoria Mead
Victoria was re-elected as a Conservative councillor for Redbourn Parish Council in May 2019.
She has been a councillor for Beaumont ward since 2014.
Victoria is a member of the following:
- Management & Communications (chair)
- Finance & Policy
- Commons & Green Spaces
- Planning (vice chair)
- Christmas Market Working Party
- Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion (RAGE)
- Redbourn Climate Action (RCA)
- Wild about Redbourn
Victoria is also Redbourn Parish Council representative for Redbourn in Bloom and the Police Priority Forum.
- 42 Lamb Lane
- 01582 792280
Introductory Information about Victoria
"Originally born in Manchester, I have enjoyed living with my family, for over fifty years, in a village with an immense sense of community spirit, which makes living in Redbourn so enjoyable.
Career wise, I have been a PA for over thirty years, both in London & locally, including working for the University of London, The Pearson Group, Chase Manhattan & The Ministry of Defence.
In June 2013, I was honoured to be elected to the parish council for the Beaumont ward. I sit on the Planning, Commons and Green Spaces, Management and Communications, Finance and Policy committees and am a member of the Neighbourhood Plan, Friends of The High Street (FOTHS), Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion (RAGE) and Redbourn Climate Action (RCA) working groups. I care greatly for our greenbelt surrounding our beautiful village and want to ensure it retains its unique character. I attend the Herts Highways Liaison meetings twice a year.
I am the parish representative for Redbourn In Bloom, The Youth Club and the Redbourn Churches. I steward for Redbourn Museum and serve on their Events Committee and am on the committee for the annual Redbourn Easter Fair.
I have served as a Redbourn ward councillor on St. Albans District Council since 2014.
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