Tory Lewisham mayoral candidate announced (AKA the man with as much chance of getting the job as landing on Pluto)

The Lewisham Conservative party has announced its candidate for the borough’s Mayoral elections next year.

Ross Archer, the chairman of the Deptford Conservatives, will be among those  standing in May 2018.

Archer has been highly critical of the Lewisham/ Renewal/ New Bermondsey deal, and is also campaigning for better allocation of funds for schools and primary school places (although his pronouncements so far have notably glossed over the chronic problems with some of our secondary schools).

Here is his bio:

Ross has been Chairman of Lewisham Deptford Conservatives since March 2016 having previously been Chairman of Lewisham West & Penge Conservatives between 2012 and 2013. Ross has twice stood for election in Lewisham contesting Sydenham ward in 2010 and Grove Park ward in 2014. Ross has lived in Lewisham most of his life and has been a school governor in the borough. He works for a not for profit organisation in London and has previously worked in the Housing and Transport sectors.

(From the Lewisham Conservatives website).

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