Month: January 2013

Anna Soubry MP urges all Parties on Broxtowe Borough Council to work together on HS2

Anna Soubry MP, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has today urged the ruling group at Broxtowe Borough Council to work together with both the Conservative group and the people of Toton and Stapleford, to deliver HS2 for the benefit of the local community. In correspondence with all three party leaders

Anna Soubry welcomes Toton HS2 announcement

Anna Soubry MP has welcomed today’s news that the Government plans to go ahead with the High Speed 2 rail project, with a line to Leeds which will include a station at Toton Sidings. Speaking of the announcement, Anna said: “HS2 is a massive investment in the future of the

Anna Soubry MP meets with Secretary of State for Transport

Broxtowe’s Member of Parliament, Anna Soubry, has today met with the Secretary of State for Transport, The Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP, to discuss a number of local issues including the closure of High Road and Chilwell Road, Beeston. Anna raised the concerns of local residents and traders. The Secretary

Anna Soubry MP urges further responses to Shortwood Farm Open Cast Application

Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has today urged people opposed to UK Coal’s application to begin Opencast mining at Shortwood Farm, between Trowell and Cossall, to make their views known by commenting on the planning application. The consultation process, which originally closed on in May 2012, has reopened

Anna Soubry MP Welcomes the Government’s decision to consult on introduction of a Pub Adjudicator

Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has welcomed the Government’s announcement, last week, of a consultation on the establishment of a statutory Code and Adjudicator to oversee the relationship between pub companies and licensees. In the House of Commons last week, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills,