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Joint letter calls for A21 safety action

A joint letter from Greg, Tom Tugendhat and Amber Rudd has been issued calling on the Chief Executive of Highways England, Jim O'Sullivan, to urgently address the issue of safety for both drivers and cyclists following a recent rise in accidents along the A21 between Tonbridge and Pembury, partic

Greg meets Head Commissioner of ICCAN

Greg met with Robert Light, the head commissioner of the recently created Independent Commission on Civil Aviation Noise (ICCAN) in Parliament today to discuss what steps are being taken to alleviate the impact of aircraft noise from Gatwick on his constituents.

Bennett sixth form invite Greg to Q&A

Brexit, the environment and the current discourse in politics, were among the main topics Greg addressed today during a Q&A session with the Bennett Memorial sixth form.

Greg uses column to call for calmer debate

Greg has used his latest column in the Times of Tunbridge Wells to call for calmer public discourse following a week of particularly antagonistic debates in Parliament.

Greg welcomes Southborough Hub progress

A significant step was taken towards delivering the Southborough Town Hub project today after the local authorities involved in the development signed a £10 million contract with Baxall Construction which will enable building to begin. 

Greg welcomes Delay Repay 15

Following a strong campaign, Greg welcomed Southeastern's introduction of Delay Repay 15 today. The new compensation scheme allows rail passengers to claim compensation when their train is delayed by quarter of an hour, as opposed to the previous threshold of half an hour. 

Greg pushes for charge point roll-out

Greg has used his regular column in the Times of Tunbridge Wells to urge Southeastern to follow the example of its neighbouring rail operators and start installing charge points at its station car parks.