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Steve Bradley

Steve Bradley has lived in Bath for ten years, where he is a leading community campaigner.

Born in Northern Ireland, he moved to Bath in 1991 to study Management at the University of Bath. Upon graduation Steve was elected as the full-time President of the Students’ Union for two years. During his presidency he led a successful campaign on the cost and quality of bus services in Bath.

Steve then worked in marketing for global organisations Procter & Gamble and Walt Disney, before establishing his own business as a consultant on sustainable regeneration.

In 2011 Steve returned to Bath and became very active in the community again – working with local transport groups, sports organisations and on heritage issues.

As your parliamentary candidate, top of Steve’s agenda is tackling Bath’s transport issues. In 2014 he led a city-wide survey on buses for the Lib Dems, the results of which are being used to seek improvements. He is also passionate about environmental issues, and when not cycling he travels by electric car.

Commenting on his selection, Steve said : “I moved to Bath over twenty years ago and immediately fell in love with the city. Bath is a fantastic place, and it’s a real honour to be the Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate here.

“Our city faces a number of challenges, however, in transport, housing and its economy. I am seeking election as the MP here as I want to use my experience and energy to work hard at making Bath an even greater place to live, work and visit”.

Don Foster, MP for Bath since 1992, commented : “Steve is a hard-working, energetic and exceptional candidate – especially given his local links and campaigning experience. If elected, he will make a fantastic MP for Bath.

“Steve understands that our city deserves a visible MP who is a real part of the community. I know that, day in day out, he will demonstrate an outstanding commitment to the residents of Bath.”