Andy Sully lives at Norton Fitzwarren with his wife and has lived in the Taunton Deane area for 30 years. He runs his own business, and since elected has been made Chairman of Corporate Governance which is the audit committee of the council. In these financially challenging times Andy wants to ensure that any available council funding goes to areas that are most needed and are not wasted.
Andy stood for election as he felt the village deserves to have a strong voice on the council. He strongly believes that local problems, issues and concerns need to be raised, listened to and addressed. He is a great believer that if you have the time and can do something for your community, then you should take up the challenge and get involved. He has experience of being a parish councillor, a spokesperson for a Business Association for Economic Development and Planning. He was the Tree Warden for the parish and is currently a Village Hall committee member and volunteer, who you may see cutting the grass, or serving in Skittles Community Coffee Shop.
Norton Fitzwarren is a small friendly village that has grown very quickly, with new housing developments at the former Taunton Cider Works and Taunton Trading Estate. With further housing developments planned at Ford Farm and the final phase of building at the Trading Estate, Andy will hold developers to account to ensure that provisions of the infrastructure, such as completion of the relief road and flood prevention works are completed before building work commences. This must be written into the planning permission agreements.
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