Campaigns

The 'Friendly Fleet' family

The 'Friendly Fleet' family are groups of local people that I've brought together, such as those from autism, dementia, visual impairment and disability charities, in order to provide one unified initiative that's good for business and good for people with those conditions.

Backing Our Servicemen and Women

The first duty of HM Government is to keep us safe from those who do us harm—within or without.

Our fantastic servicemen and women put their lives on the line to look after us—now we must look after them.

A New School For North Hampshire

Our new school—FAQs, Information and Survey

"Our children deserve the best start in life—regardless of where they live or what their families can afford.

Unauthorised Traveller Encampments

Unauthorised traveller encampments are a nuisance for local communities and a completely inappropriate use of open space — whether it is highway land, Ministry of Defence land, school fields or otherwise.

Revitalise and Regenerate

We are lucky to live in a prosperous part of the country where almost everyone who wants a job has one. Looking to some of our local, district and town centres, however, it is clear to see that Fleet, Yateley and Hook are all in real need of revitalisation and regeneration.

Save our train services

South Western Railway—the new franchise holders for the South West Trains, including the Waterloo to Basingstoke line—recently consulted on their proposed new timetable to come into action in December 2018. Their original proposals resulted in Hook and Winchfield (with 1,192,904 entries and exits

Devolution across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

In his role as Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, Ranil Jayawardena, M.P. hosted a meeting in Parliament yesterday between Members of Parliament and Council Leaders.

Improving Roads across North Hampshire

In my continuing campaign to improve the roads in and around North East Hampshire, I've met Andrew Jones, M.P., the Minister for Roads to discuss recommendations on how our local transport infrastructure can be upgraded.

Odiham Bank Closure

Lloyds Bank announced yesterday to employees that they will be closing the Odiham Lloyds Bank branch in Odiham on 8th March 2017.