Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has written to Broxtowe Borough Council in response to their ‘Core Strategy’ consultation. The Core Strategy proposes thousands of houses on Broxtowe’s Green Belt land, including a minimum of 500 houses on Green Belt land in the vicinity of the proposed HS2 hub station at Toton.
Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has demanded an urgent meeting with the leader of Nottinghamshire County Council after they refused an application for financial help from a Beeston business struggling to survive because of the tram works. Following a campaign by Anna Soubry, the County Council agreed to compensate businesses who
Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has welcomed revised plans from developers looking to build homes and new sports and social facilities in Beeston Rylands. “The original plans from the developers featured a two storey licensed social club on Trent Vale Sports Ground. I met residents who opposed the idea though we
Broxtowe MP, Anna Soubry has wished all her constituents a ‘Happy Easter’. “I am spending part of the Easter weekend with my family and part out and about in the constituency” said Anna “I spent a couple of hours delivering leaflets and talking with constituents in Beeston Rylands on Saturday morning
Two thousand people in just two days have signed Anna Soubry’s petition calling for compensation for businesses and shops hit by the tram works. There was a great turn out in Beeston for today’s “Action Day” with people queuing to sign the petition. Anna’s campaign has so far persuaded Notts
Notts Wildlife Trust, conservation groups including Friends of Toton Fields, set up stall in Beeston Square today. MP, Anna Soubry showed her support by hooking a duck!
Broxtowe MP, Anna Soubry, has launched a petition to save local businesses and will hold an Action Day to collect signatures in Beeston this Saturday. Anna’s petition calls on the County and City Councils to compensate businesses in Beeston, Chilwell, Toton & Attenborough who are suffering financial loss as a