Andrew Jones has represented Shepherd's Bush Green ward for the last four years, having been heavily involved in community campaigning in Hammersmith and Fulham for more than a decade. He has supported residents in opposing the closure of the borough’s A&Es and the Conservative council’s flawed sell-off of a large part of Hammersmith Park.
Andrew is a university professor in London, teaching and researching the economy, environmental studies and urban regeneration. He has served as a school governor in primary and secondary schools in the borough.
Natalia Perez Shepherd
Natalia has lived in Hammersmith for nearly ten years. She loves Shep herds Bush Green – its multicultural riches, its small independent shops and the market. She works in the advice and charity sector, helping residents who facing homelessness and other hardships.
As a mother of a 31-month-old toddler, Natalia greatly values Hammersmith Hospital children's ambulatory service. The Conservative council’s support for hospital closures inspired her to become a Labour candidate to help protect our local NHS.
Mercy has lived in Shepherds Bush Green for 38 years and managed her own café in Shepherds Bush Market for 14 years. She loves the area because it is diverse and full of character. Her children attended the local primary and secondary schools.
Mercy wants to ensure residents are fully consulted about the redevelopment of Hammersmith Park and BBC Television Centre. From her own experience as the mother of a sick child, she knows that Hammersmith Hospital’s A&E is excellent and is dedicated to the fight to keep our hospitals open.