My Plan for Sutton, Cheam & Worcester Park
1. Protect and enhance valued local health services
2. Secure more great school places for all children in Sutton
3. Make high street parking easier so local shops thrive
4. Improve transport links to give commuters a better quality of life
5. Take HGVs off residential roads surrounding Kimpton Park
6. A new GP surgery on the Sutton Hospital site
I have lived in Sutton for 28 years, building a small business and raising a family. Both my children were born in St Helier Hospital and educated in Sutton schools. I understand the local issues that concern you because I shop in the same shops and drive on the same roads.
A regular volunteer at St Helier Hospital, a school governor, a governor at SCOLA and a former Councillor in Sutton, I have a record of standing up for local people.
I remain determined to provide the people of Sutton with a strong voice in Westminster.
SES Water is currently having a public consultation about its Draft Water Resources Management Plan.
8,000 people across Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park are now saving towards their retirement, new figures show, as a result of the Government’s auto enrolment scheme.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) are operating a new rail timetable from May 2018 following a public consultation.
I am delighted that the 166 bus route has been protected following discussions between TfL and Surrey Council Council.
A new Post Office counter is opening in Belmont at the Pet Stop on Station Road.
I have signed a pledge to #PassOnPlastic with Sky Ocean Rescue – a commitment to reduce single-use plastic consumption.
This March I am is joining thousands of other #LitterHeroes to clean up this country.
This week I signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, pledging my commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day.
In recent months I have been appointed a Trade Envoy, PPS to Baroness Evans and Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party in London.
Voting is now open for local projects to benefit from the Aviva Community Fund – please vote for some or all of these excellent Sutton projects.
I visited the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh where 420,000 Rohingyas are trying to survive having been pushed out of Myanmar. The stories that I heard, some of which I have recounted here were unimaginably horrific.
Residents of Balaam House took me on a tour of the building and its surrounding area to show me some of the issues they were concerned with.
Promoted by Elliot Colburn on behalf of Paul Scully, both of the Sutton Borough Conservative Federation, Donnington House, 2a Sutton Court Road, Sutton, SM1 4SY.