Imtiaz Ali

Council Candidate - Billinge & Beardwood

Imtiaz has many years' experience in fields including business management, development, and travel and tourism. He has also devoted his considerable energies and passion to assisting the community.

He has served Blackburn Conservatives as a Chairman, Deputy Chairman Political, Trustee, Deputy Chairman for Membership and Fundraising, and as Chairman of a Branch.

In 2014 Imtiaz was elected as a Conservative Councillor for the Beardwood and Lammack ward. As a member of the Conservative Group on Blackburn with Darwen Council, Imtiaz served as lead member for the Planning and Highways Committee and Health and Adult Social Care, as well as sitting on scrutiny committees, including for Children and Young People. He served on the Licensing and Appeals Committee for four years.

Throughout his career, Imtiaz has been committed to helping people and he regarded representing the people of Beardwood and Lammack as a true privilege.


Rizwan Ali Shah Joins the Conservatives

Rizwan Ali Shah has joined the Conservative Party.

Rizwan, who stood as an independent candidate for Blackburn at the last General Election, announced he was joining the Party at a gathering of supporters and friends at Shahi Qila restaurant on Shear Bank Road.

Imtiaz Ali Returns to Fight Billinge & Beardwood

Blackburn Conservatives are delighted to announce that Imtiaz Ali has rejoined the Conservative Party and been selected as our candidate to contest the Billinge & Beardwood ward at the 2020 local elections.

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