Sean Brian Anstee CBE (born July 1987) is an English Conservative Party Politician and businessman who was formerly the Leader of the Council on Trafford council and since 2008, has been a Councillor for the Bowdon ward. Anstee is also the CEO of the infrastructure division of Manchester based technology firm Telcom Group. He was awarded a CBE in the 2019 New Year Honours list for services to local government.
Anstee grew up on a council estate in Partington, and attended Broadoak School, leaving aged 16 to take up an apprenticeship at Barclays in Timperley. He joined BNY Mellon in 2009. He has represented Bowdon on the council since 2008, and became Leader of the council in February 2014. At age 26, he was the youngest council leader in the UK.
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