Colin's principal portfolio is Finance. As Chairman he has no planning application areas.
Whilst completing an Engineering career, Colin moved to the village 14 years ago together with his wife and family. Widely travelled and experienced in an extensive range of projects, from houses to the largest of industrial sites, all of which involved active interfacing with Planning Departments, although in a number of different countries. After an active life to date and with retirement beckoning, Colin is now looking to become more involved and occupied with the local area, which is seen as his home.
Martin's principal portfolio is Traffic and Highways. He represents the Parish Council at the local NAG meetings. He is the lead Councillor for planning applications in Stichens Green and Southridge.
Martin has lived in Streatley since 2002 with his wife Sue. They have one daughter who works locally.
Martin is a retired Police Officer having completed 30 years service in the Thames Valley area.
Jeremy joined the Parish Council in 2014, and his portfolio is currently Planning. On behalf of the Parish Council he liaises with St Mary's Church and attends the quarterly Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) meetings.
Jeremy moved to Streatley in 2010 and lives in Rectory Road. During his career Jeremy worked in human resources and office management in UK and Europe; since retirement in 2011 he has become involved with local activities including the Goring Gap News and volunteering at the Q1 Hub in Goring. His main hobbies are cricket, cycling, walking and bridge.
Nick's principal portfolio is the web site, along with related technology used to help run the Council. He represents the Parish Council on the Heart of Streatley Charitable Trust. He is the lead councillor for planning applications in Wallingford Road and Reading Road.
Nick has lived in the village for 20 years and worked locally for most of them. Having felt like the right time to take a more active part in what goes on in the village, he joined the Parish Council in 2014. His father was mayor for a small town in Devon, and told him that being on a parish council would be 'interesting'. He trained as a mechanical engineer in London, but decided pretty quickly that, if he couldn't build steam trains, then computers were more his thing.
He has been a volunteer for the Thames Rescue service for over 15 years, regularly keeping pleasure boats out of the way of the G&S regatta and similar events in the local area.
Oscar joined the Parish Council in December 2022. More information will be available soon...
Mark's principal portfolio is Environment and Open Spaces. He also represents the Parish Council on the Friends of Streatley Rec. Mark is the lead Councillor for planning applications in Townsend Road and Three Gables Lane, along with Cleeve Court.
Mark is a recent addition to the Parish Council. Mark moved into Streatley in late 2020 with his young family of 2 boys and is passionate about the beauty of our environment and loves the easy access to the "mountain" (for running/hiking) and river (for swimming and sailing). Mark is keen to learn more about the local geography and environment and to contribute to the local community.
Mark is a geologist by background and now is working to accelerate the energy industry to get to "net zero".
Sara's principal portfolio is Youth and Recreation Ground. She is the lead Councillor for planning applications in Rectory Road and Wantage Road.
Sara moved to Streatley with her husband and young daughter in 2016. They quickly fell in love with the village and now see it as their forever home. Whilst her daughter was at the local pre school, she was part of the fundraising team and although her daughter is over pre school age now, Sara and her husband still actively support fundraising for the pre school as often as possible
Sara has been cabin crew for an airline for the past 18 years, when she isn't flying there's nothing she enjoys more than being outdoors. Her hobbies include walking, running, paddle boarding and socialising. Sara has joined Streatley Parish council because she is passionate about community spirit and contributing to our beautiful village.
If you need to know anything at all about the council and it's function, then Hazel is the person to contact
Hazel joined Streatley Council as Clerk in September 2018.
Hazel has lived in Streatley for over 20 years, which means she only has about another 20 to go before she can be considered a local. She has been an IT manager, a program manager and helped start a successful green energy company. Handling the day to day running of Streatley Parish Council should hopefully be relatively straight forward.