Malcolm Greer is the Deputy Leader of Maidstone Borough Council and represents Boxley Ward as Borough Cllr.
He also holds the position of Deputy Chairman Political for our Association.
Malcolm won is first election to Maidstone Borough Council in 2003 as Ward Member for Boxley. He went onto become Cabinet Member in 2008 and has been The Deputy Leader of Maidstone Borough Council ever since.
He has been instrumental in getting KIMS Hospital to Maidstone and continues to work on having a ground breaking medical research and teaching establishment based here. Alongside this The Maidstone Medical Campus and The Kent Neuro Village are hoping to join KIMS on the site soon.
Another major project for our Borough was the refurbishment of Maidstone High Street, which is now a much acclaimed public space.
Malcolm was a driving force in reinstating the heritage area of Maidstone, including The Old Cemetery at the rear of The Carriage Museum, acknowledged by English Heritage. He oversaw the extention to Maidstone Museum and helped make the dream possible.
Malcolm has become a leading voice within Maidstone promoting local businesses, including Maidstone Studios, G Forces, NEXT Home, Hush Health Winery, GreenWorld, Headcorn Aerodrome, Tesla, Scania and Towergate.
Working with our local businesses, he has helped to create a new garden at Heather House, Parkwood. Local Business donated £40,000 of Labour and materials. Again, with the support of 31 local businesses and a donation from MBC, Malcolm arranged for a replacement Therapy Room at The Blackthorn Trust, to the value of £70,000.