Conservative Candidates revealed for next years new Buckinghamshire Council election.

The selection was held at Little Chalfont Village Hall and members chose Cllr Martin Tett, Nick Varley and Caroline Jones as their candidates to represent the party in next year’s election to the new Buckinghamshire Council.

Martin Tett is the current leader of Buckinghamshire County Council and is Chair of the new Council’s Shadow Executive.

He’s also County Councillor for the Little Chalfont and Amersham division, having first been elected to the County Council in 2005.

He said: “Having represented this area for nearly 15 years on the County Council I am delighted to be selected as a candidate for this new council.

“The Buckinghamshire Council will be simpler for people to use, better value for taxpayers and operate more locally”

Caroline Jones is the Chiltern District Council Cabinet Member for Environment.

She has lived in Amersham for over 15 years and was mayor of the town from 2018 to 2019.

She said: “It has been my privilege and honour to serve the residents of this area as a Mayor of Amersham, Town Councillor and District Councillor for the past five years and I am delighted to have been selected as a candidate for our new Unitary Council.

“I will continue to serve residents and ensure we deliver a simple, cost effective and efficient service and focus on local issues which will benefit us all.”

Nick Varley was first elected to Chiltern District in 2015 and is currently Chairman of the committee which is overseeing the development of the new Chiltern Lifestyle Centre in Amersham.

He said: “The creation of the new Buckinghamshire Council will transform local government for the better.

“I’m delighted to be chosen to stand for election in the village I live in, and I’ll use my experience as a Chiltern District Councillor to make sure this new council works for all of the residents of Little Chalfont and Amersham Common.”