Park Street Ward Councillors


Park Street Ward

Park Street Ward is the western part of the Parish and includes Colney Street, Frogmore and How Wood, as well as Park Street itself.

The Parish Councillors for the Ward are shown below. A short biography, details of their membership of Council Committees, Working Parties, Liaison Groups and representation on outside organisations can be read.

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Cllr David Parry
103 Park Street Lane
Park Street
St Albans
Herts
AL2 2JF

Tel: 07973 461139

Committees

  • Buildings

Working Parties

  • Neighbourhood Plan

Having been co-opted to the Parish Council in 2018, I am delighted to now have been appointed to serve a full 4 year term.
Particular interests include Planning, being a member of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, and meeting the needs of young people, especially teenagers in the area, having been involved in Scouting for the last 40 years.

Through many routes, including a greater interaction on social media I am keen to increase the public profile of the Parish Council in the community and develop a greater sense of public involvement and input as to the services the Parish Council provides.

Councillor Bill Pryce

Cllr Bill Pryce
150 Park Street Lane
Park Street
St Albans
Herts
AL2 2AU

Tel: 01727 873181
Twitter: @bill_pryce

Committees

  • Planning
  • Buildings
  • Human Resources
  • Leisure (Chair)

Working Parties

  • Events incorporating Parish in Bloom
  • Car Park
  • Festival
  • Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Leader)

Council Representative on Outside Organisation

  • HAPTC (Elected Member Executive Committee)
  • Park Street Village Hall
  • Park Street C of E VA Primary & Nursery School
  • STRiFE

A Parish Councillor can really make a difference. My main interest was to prevent inappropriate development, improve the leisure facilities and encourage people to participate in the arts and sport. I have been able to do a great deal towards achieving those aims and having spent three years as the Chairman of the Council – almost a full-time job – I have been able to make a difference in other areas. Anyone interested in becoming a Parish Councillor will find it very rewarding, exciting, sometimes frustrating, but in the main very satisfying.

Photo of Cllr Rebecca Sprigs

Cllr Rebecca Spriggs
Park Street
St Albans
Herts
AL2

Tel:

Committees

  • Leisure

Working Parties

Council Representative on Outside Organisation

Newly Co Opted Parish Councillor

Councillor Nicholas Tyndale

Cllr Nicholas Tyndale
63 Park Street
Park Street
St Albans
Herts
AL2 2PE

Tel: 01727 872647
Twitter: @NicholasParkSt

Committees

  • Buildings
  • Human Resources

Working Parties

  • Festival

Liaison Groups

  • Abfly
  • Community Rail Partnership
  • Park Street Village Hall

I was elected in 2012, when a vacancy arose. Prior to that I had only a vague idea of what the Council does for the community – in terms of providing facilities, outdoor spaces and an official voice in planning and development issues. I have taken a particular interest in promoting and improving the facilities managed and events held by the Parish for its residents, including the Parish Festival, and in developing the Parish website (a work in progress). I support improvement to the Abbey Flyer Line through the Community Rail Partnership, and strongly oppose any development that detracts from our village status. In my experience, Councillors are most effective when they are independents, working together solely in the community’s interest.

Councillor Eileen Whittaker

Cllr Eileen Whittaker
31 Orchard Drive
Park Street
St Albans
Herts
AL2 2HQ

Tel: 01727 873710

Committees

  • Human Resources
  • Leisure
  • Trees and Woodlands

Working Parties

  • Events incorporating Parish in Bloom
  • Festival

Council Representative on Outside Organisation

Since I was elected as a Parish Councillor I have been passionate about retaining our Green Belt land and have been intrinsically involved in reviewing planning applications so that developments are not overpowering and that green spaces are retained. In addition my priorities include ensuring that our leisure facilities are affordable and well maintained. I am also keen to develop local businesses and local talent and have been instrumental in establishing The Parish Festival. I believe that by working energetically and by listening and responding to your views together we can continue to make real improvements to our village.