Anthony McMahon

Anthony McMahon is an Architect with over seven years of experience in designing new housing for projects across London. He has been active in local politics since joining the Labour party in 2015, with a particular interest in housing quality and residents’ rights. As a keen cyclist faced with vehicle pollution on a daily basis he will work to reduce the threat car fumes present to Hackney schoolchildren.

Sam Pallis

Sam Pallis grew up and lives in Cazenove ward, as did his parents and grandparents. He has worked extensively in schools and with youth groups across London. As a Hackney School Governor Sam has seen first-hand the appalling effect of Tory cuts upon Education. From tackling hate crime to air quality, strengthening tenants’ rights and dealing with traffic management, he is committed to delivering a greener, fairer and safer Cazenove that celebrates our diverse and vibrant community.

Caroline Woodley

Caroline Woodley has lived in Cazenove since 2012, organising meetings for her local residents’ association and campaigning for tenants’ rights. She has worked in Higher Education and the small scale arts and publishing sector for over fifteen years, collaborating with advocacy groups focused on sustainability and widening participation. She is committed to supporting inclusive, social and environmental projects in Hackney.


They are all standing for election in the Local Elections on 3rd May 2018! They are hoping to give Cazenove the Labour representation its residents deserve. 

Cazenove is a diverse neighbourhood with a vibrant mix of communities. These communities need hard-working and visible Labour councillors who are committed to representing their views locally and on the Council. If we are elected, we will be accessible and engaged representatives for Cazenove. With our experience ranging from designing new housing for projects across London to working in higher education, from working within schools to collaborating with youth groups; we have a particular interest in housing quality, in strengthening tenants’ rights and in supporting inclusive, social and environmental projects in Hackney. From tackling hate crime to air quality, we are committed to achieving a greener, fairer and safer ward, helping Cazenove to thrive in this time of austerity.

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