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Welcome to Brentwood and Ongar Labour Party

What we will do for Brentwood

Brentwood’s Labour team are committed to improving the lives of residents, creating an environment where local businesses can thrive, and investing in our community to bring people together. We believe that we are not getting the standard of service residents are paying for, demonstrated by Council Tax being up 18% and spending on local services down 9% since the Conservatives took charge in Brentwood back in 2015.

Support for our high streets

We will deliver investment in our High Streets across Brentwood, Shenfield and Ingatestone: with support for local businesses to grow through targeted support, investment in parking and repairs to key infrastructure such as our broken roads and pavements.

Deliver value from council services

We will fight to keep down costs like parking and Council Tax with responsibility for helping manage the cost-of-living crisis, with residents discounts at King George’s and the Brentwood Centre so that local people benefit most from local investment.

Build the homes Brentwood needs

New homes for local people will be our priority for housing, with properly affordable homes for our young people, families and elderly people in every significant development.

Act on the climate emergency

We want urgent action to tackle the climate crisis and support residents choosing to go green – investing in solar, a network of car charging points, retrofitting homes with insulation, tree planting and improved recycling for a greater scope of products.

Tackle potholes and restore our roads

We will reach out and demand the County Council finally steps up and takes action to tackle the potholes plaguing our roads and pavement. We will seek practical ways to make cycling easier in Brentwood and take back control of residents parking.

We believe Brentwood deserves better and ask you to help us make this a reality by voting Labour on May 5th.

Our meetings

Our next meeting will be held on Thursday 19 May – get in touch if you’d like to join us.

Our usual monthly meetings are open to supporters and members alike, either online or in person.

If you oppose the government’s assault on our living standards or are fed up with the anti-democratic conduct of Tory administrations, why not join us!

We normally begin by making friends and catching up over a cup of tea or coffee. There is usually some business to conduct, but our main focus is on campaigning, political debate and policy formation.