Queen's Park Ward is represented by Cllr Nesreen Akhtar and Cllr Mohammed Masud.
They have a reputation for getting things done.
They work hard all year round to get the best for Queen's Park.
Nesreen has lived in Queen's Park for over 30 years and is an active member of the community. She is the first female Asian candidate selected for Queen's Park Ward.
After graduating with an Honours degree, she qualified as a teacher. She is a primary school teacher and a Governor at Queen's Park Academy.
Nesreen is passionate about representing Queen's Park. She has worked alongside Mohammad Yasin MP and Cllr Masud to gain improvements to the area - plus working on day-to-day issues such as fly tipping, pot holes and tackling crime in the area to ensure the safety of local residents.
Nesreen has worked closely with local residents helping them overcome language barriers and improve the local area.
Nesreen aims to build on this work and ensure the voices of Queen's Park residents are represented at the Council.
During my tenure as councillor, I have worked in a number of roles within the local community to ensure I am able to do the best for the residents who have put their faith in me.
I have worked with the police to help resolve issues and I've been a school governor which has enabled me to support the community further.
Over the years I have dealt with many complaints from local residents and have tried my utmost to overcome these issues. To name a few; stayed on top of resurfacing and potholes, arranged a good standard of parking throughout the area and always made myself available at all times to resolve any concerns people have.
I will continue to support my constituents and ensure I am working even harder than before to assist on individual cases, keep our community happy and serve them as promised.