Cabinet Member for Housing, Planning and Economic Development
1 Freeview Road
Councillor Tim Ball has been serving as Twerton’s voice on the council since 1991. As councillor, he has challenged the council on bettering their policies on a vast number of issues. For instance, Tim was able to persuade the council to introduce improved housing standards and restrictions on HMO’s and convince the council to update its autism policies. Tim cares about the wellbeing of the youth and education policy, and pursued funding for a new nursery at the Twerton Infant school, as well as attaining funding for the refitting of windows at St. Michaels Junior School. His campaign also included the retention of secondary education in the south west areas of Bath. Through meeting with the residents he represents, he has handled hundreds of pieces of casework, and was able to update all Twerton parks, including Innox Park, and has campaigned for road improvements in Twerton. Through his fierce dedication to his work, Tim is a dedicated community member. In the past, Tim has worked in the industrial and distribution sector, as well as serving as a Bath City and Avon County Councillor. Tim is married to Sharon; together, they have five children and twelve grandchildren.
44 Kelston View
Sarah Moore is a lifelong resident of Bath, and has called Twerton home for more than twenty years. An active member of the community, Sarah has been involved in numerous campaigns, such as trying to prevent school closures, securing funding to get Kelston View resurfaced, and campaigning for more pedestrian crossings. Sarah’s work is primarily focused on the environment and better road safety--she is the co-founder of Twerton and Whiteway Wombles Litter Pick Group, set up the Community Speedwatch Group, and has presented several petitions to the council regarding road safety. Sarah is also the Chair of Twerton Residents Action Group. Now elected, Sarah will focus her efforts in education and housing, ensuring that every child is given fair, equal access to a well-funded education, and to demand more family homes for local residents. Her hobbies include knitting, which she does in order to raise money for local charities and provide reading aids to local schools and nurseries. Sarah is married, with two children, and works as a Finance Manager for a computer software company for over thirty years.