In 2015 Lucy Allan was elected the first Conservative Member of Parliament for Telford.
In Parliament Lucy is on the Education Select Committee in 2015 and the Women and Equalities Committee. She champions infrastructure issues affecting New Towns. Lucy also speaks on Social Mobility, Access to Leading Professions, the Care System, Child Sexual Exploitation, and Young People’s Mental Health.
Before coming to Parliament Lucy, qualified as a Chartered Accountant and had a career in financial services. She worked for Price Waterhouse where she specialised in insolvency before working in the City of London for asset management companies.
Lucy was a local Councillor from 2006 to 2012 when she was involved in a range of community and voluntary work, including women’s refuge charity, Wandsworth Women’s Aid, Fostering and Adoption Panels, a Pupil Referral Unit and she was a school governor.
Lucy has Master Degree in Employment Law.