Conservative Candidates To Attend Mayoral 'Hustings' in Chiswick
The debate will be chaired by broadcaster Beverley Turner
With things hotting up in the race to succeed Boris Johnson as Mayor of London, and Labour having now nominated Sadiq Khan as their candidate, political attention turns to the Conservative Party's choice.
The four Conservative candidates for the office of London Mayor have agreed to attend a hustings in Chiswick at St Paul's Church, Grove Park Road, on Tuesday 22 September. The event starts at 19.30.
Journalist and radio presenter Beverley Turner will chair the debate. Beverley, who lives in Chiswick, is married to Olympian James Cracknell MBE, who has been active in Conservative Party politics in the past few years as a prospective politician.
The event is organised by the Chiswick Conservative Patrons' Club, formed 3 years ago to support Mary Macleod and future local Tory political representatives.
The candidates will set out their visions for London and take questions from the floor on key issues for Chiswick and West London. The sensitive issue of Heathrow expansion is bound to be a hot topic.
Andrew Boff (London Assembly Member)
Stephen Greenhalgh (former leader of Hammersmith & Fulham Council and current Deputy Mayor responsible for Policing & Crime)
Zac Goldsmith (MP for Richmond Park)
Syed Kamall (MEP for London)
This will be one of the last opportunities for the candidates to stake their claim prior to the Tory's London selection primary, so it is expected to be popular and attract wide interest from west London.
Tickets for the event are free and can be obtained online.