Month: December 2012

Anna Soubry MP welcomes A453 works schedule

Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, Anna Soubry, has welcomed the news that construction on the A453 widening (M1 Junction 24 to A52 Nottingham) will start in January 2013. Anna said, “This is great news for greater Nottingham, which includes parts of Broxtowe. After years of inactivity, I am delighted the

Anna Soubry MP Speaks out in favour of Same-Sex Marriage legislation

Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has spoken out in favour of today’s announcement that the Government plans to legislate, in the New Year, to legalise Same-Sex Marriage. Speaking today, Anna said: “I’m very much in favour of legalising Same Sex Marriage and welcome today’s announcement by the Secretary

Anna Soubry calls for views on cheap alcohol and how to save our great local pubs

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry is urging constituents to have their say about cheap alcohol. “The Government is determined to continue the fight against alcohol abuse for the sake of our livers and to reduce crime!  The consultation is about a minimum price per unit of alcohol to see off cheap

Anna Soubry MP’s Annual report for Broxtowe

Anna Soubry MP has, this week, had her yearly annual report delivered to all homes in Broxtowe. You can Anna’s Annual report, which details her work in Broxtowe over the course of the last year, online by clicking here.

Anna Soubry MP welcomes replacement of the Number 17 bus service between Beeston and Stapleford

Anna Soubry MP has welcomed today’s announcement by Nottinghamshire County Council of the replacement of the Number 17 bus service, which runs between Stapleford and Beeston, with the extension of the County Council’s Toton Connect service. The new service, which will run from the 2nd January 2013, will be called the Toton Connect

Anna Soubry and traders speak out against road closures in Beeston to make way for tram

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry,has appeared on Central News tonight along with traders on High Road and Chilwell Road in Beeston protesting against plans to close the road for twelve months. The plans break guarantees by NET not to close the road and will have a profound affect on shops and

Anna Soubry MP demands action to save Beeston traders

Broxtowe MP, Anna Soubry has written to the Transport Secretary, Patrick McLoughlin following NET’s announcement that two sections of one of Beeston’s shopping areas will be closed to traffic for a total of twelve months. “Up until late September, NET who are responsible for the tram works, assured me they