Brighton and Hove Liberal Democrats have chosen Peter Lambell as their candidate for the parliamentary constituency of Hove and Portslade.
PETER has a particular interest in education and is Vice-Chair of Governors at a school for children with severe learning difficulties.
He is a former Surrey County Councillor, where he won his seat from the Conservatives in 2009. He was a member of the Council’s Education Select Committee and opposition spokesperson for Education.
As a councillor, he also worked to protect bus services from cuts, and to ensure respite care for parents with disabled children.
Peter is a graduate of Oxford Brookes University and the College of Law. After a period of working and travelling abroad, he established a career in IT and now runs an IT consultancy business.
Speaking after his selection, Peter said: “I am delighted to have been selected as the Liberal Democrat Candidate for Hove. I am a passionate liberal and if elected will work hard to ensure we get a stronger economy and a fairer society for all.
“I look forward to working with the local party and to hearing residents’ concerns over the next few weeks.”