Gillian Gloyer was elected as councillor for Corstorphine / Murrayfield on 4 May 2017.
Gillian Gloyer wants to build on Corstorphine and Murrayfield's legacy of 45 years of Liberal council representation, with community rights, community power and local decision-making at the heart of our politics.
"I believe that what most people want from their city council is competent administration of local services - roads fit to travel on, air fit to breathe, bins emptied on time, and local businesses supported through difficult economic times.
"In Corstorphine and Murrayfield, I am especially keen to protect our green spaces - Corstorphine Hill and our much-loved parks - which give all of us somewhere to relax, exercise or simply to breathe, away from the pollution of the main roads."
Gillian is the Liberal Democrat representative on the Council's Transport & Environment Committee.
Outside her work as a Councillor Gillian trains and advises political parties, election commissions and civil society organisations across the world. She is one of the UK's most experienced international election observers.