Campaigns

Weekly Eco Tip

My weekly Eco Tip to help you live a greener lifestyle, for the better. 

Climate Change

Climate change is a serious and pressing concern. I know that many residents of North East Hertfordshire care deeply about our environment.

Rail Timetable

For many months, Sir Oliver has been pressing for further information and for changes to the proposed timetables covering stations within his constituency, particularly fast services to and from London in the peak.

Finn's Law

Oliver was pleased to introduce a 10 Minute Rule Bill into the House of Commons in December 2017 intended to make it an offence to attack service animals.

Road Maintenance and Repairs

We need our Hertfordshire roads to be well-maintained. Our local roads are important for small business and local residents. 

English votes for English laws

Following the result of the Scottish Independence Referendum, it became obvious that the United Kingdom needs a new devolution settlement.

Radiotherapy facility for Lister Hospital

Cancer is one of the most serious diseases and, as such, must be treated effectively and in a way that does not place the patient under undue stress and difficulty. Radiotherapy is used in the treatment of nearly half of all cancer patients, but the people of North-East Hertfordshire find it difficult to access these services, owing to the long journeys required to get to them.

A1(M) widening

One of the most important road links in North-East Hertfordshire is the 21 miles of the A1(M) that run between the M25 and Letchworth.

Royston Hospital

Many of my constituents will know that discussions about the future of the Royston Hospital site have been ongoing for some time.  I attend regular meetings with the NHS to ensure the interests of patients. I want to see the hospital site develop in a way that will best cater for our present and future health and social care needs.

Chalk Streams

Amongst many important issues which I am interested in campaigning for in North East Hertfordshire is the promotion of the preservation of chalk rivers in the constituency. The Ash, the Beane, the Ivel, the Mimram, the Quin, the Rib, the Lea and the Upper Rhee are all within the constituency, and these rivers regularly face the possibility of drying up over the summer months - harming local wildlife, flora, and fauna.