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MP backs transformational NHS hub plan for the Garden City

North East Herts MP, Sir Oliver Heald, is supporting plans by local health providers to unite the work of local GPs, community providers and public health in a town centre location in the Garden City.

Commenting, Sir Oliver said:

Good news from the Safer A507 Campaign

Good news this week from the Safer A507 Campaign with Herts County Council signalling a budget allocation of £120,000 to implement the plan for the A507 to be weight restricted.

MP takes up tool theft concerns

North East Herts MP, Sir Oliver Heald, has been approached by local residents in Royston about repeated theft of tools from vans in the town. Sir Oliver has immediately taken this up with Herts Police, together with Councillors Fiona Hill and Sarah Dingley.

MP welcomes energy efficiency grants for community buildings

North East Herts MP, Sir Oliver Heald, has welcomed the announcement from UK Power Networks that it has launched a new £300,000 fund to community organisations offering energy efficiency advice, and for energy efficiency improvements to community buildings.

Tool Thefts in Royston

I have been concerned about the spate of thefts of tools from vans in Royston  for some time. These are particularly despicable offences, as they deprive tradesmen of their means of earning a living. Equally, they are particularly difficult crimes to detect.

Brexit votes

Commenting on today’s votes on Brexit, Oliver said:

MP backs Ancient Woodland register

North East Herts MP, Sir Oliver Heald, is a co-sponsor with Michael Fabricant MP of a Bill to protect our Ancient Woodland in England.

Finn's Law went through Committee

Finn’s Law went through Committee today and had unanimous cross party and Government support, including from the Herts MPs from Stevenage (Stephen McPartland) and Hemel Hempstead (Sir Mike Penning).

Brexit Agreement - last night's vote

I voted with the Government last night. It’s important to our area that there should be an agreed Brexit process, rather than a messy ‘no deal’ Brexit. Major employers in our area have approached me to support a Deal.