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Website 'closed period'

The House of Commons rules require that no news stories are added to this website during the 28-day ‘closed period’ before the European and County Council Elections on 4th June. Please note that Theresa’s office is open as usual and you can con...

Theresa responds to concerns of former Nortel employees

Theresa May has taken action following the announcement of job losses at Nortel Networks, one of the major employers in the Maidenhead area. Nortel employs 1,200 staff in Maidenhead but the parent firm has filed for bankruptcy protection in the...

More evidence of problems in local housing market

Theresa May has published new figures showing the extent of the collapse in the housing market across the Maidenhead area. Parliamentary Questions have revealed that across the country, the number of housing sales in 2008 halved compared to ...

Threat to Maidenhead area's housing market as new rules make it harder to buy and sell homes

Theresa May has expressed concern for the Maidenhead area’s housing market following the introduction of complex and expensive new Home Information Pack rules. From 6 April, extra Home Information Pack (HIP) regulations will hinder sellers f...

Theresa raises concerns about effect of Badnell's Pit development on local schools

Theresa May has raised serious concerns over the extra strain the development of the Badnell’s Pit site will put on school budgets in Maidenhead. Theresa said: “I am increasingly concerned that there is simply not enough money to provide the...

Theresa calls on local GPs to support Minor Injuries Unit campaign

Theresa May has called on local GPs to support her campaign to keep the Minor Injuries Unit at St Marks Hospital in Maidenhead. Theresa has written to local GP surgeries to ask them to place a copy of her petition in their waiting areas. Ther...

Sign Theresa’s petition to keep the Minor Injuries Unit at St Marks

Theresa May is encouraging local residents to sign her petition to keep the Minor Injuries Unit at St Marks Hospital in Maidenhead. Theresa said, “I am calling on people to help keep the Minor Injuries Unit at St Marks Hospital open. The Unit...

Fire sparks more alarm over Grundon site

Theresa May has expressed her concerns after a major fire at the Grundon Waste Management site in Star Lane, Knowl Hill. The fire, which raged from 3pm to 11pm on Friday 20th February, caused considerable disturbance to local residents and rais...

Concerns about rising unemployment in the Maidenhead area

Theresa May has expressed concern about the rise in unemployment in Maidenhead and the surrounding area. New figures show that the number of people claiming unemployment benefits has increased by 84% since last year in the Royal Borough of Wind...

Search for the best South Asian restaurant in Maidenhead

Theresa May is once again looking for nominations to find the best South Asian restaurant in the Maidenhead area to compete in the national Tiffin Cup. Each year the best South Asian restaurants in the country compete in a special cook-in at ...