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Theresa opposes new plan for Sandford farm development

Theresa May has reacted to reports of yet another plan for development on Sandford Farm. The latest plan is expected to include provision for 800 houses and 150 care village homes. Theresa said, “Once again the residents of Charvil, Woodley a...

Theresa backs campaign against trafficking

Theresa May gave her support to the Blue Blindfold Campaign launch in the House of Commons on Tuesday 29th January. The campaign, initiated by the UK Human Trafficking Centre, aims to create greater awareness amongst the public about human traf...

Post Office closures

Theresa May has pledged to fight plans to shut six post offices in the Maidenhead constituency. Theresa said, “I am astounded at this announcement by the Post Office. It is a real kick in the teeth to all those people who rely on their local ...

Theresa welcomes FGW double compensation offer

Theresa May has welcomed the move by First Great Western (FGW) boss Andrew Haines to give regular commuters double compensation following the appalling train service that they have endured over the last year. Theresa said, “After the appallin...

Tackling nuisance phone calls

In response to an issue raised by constituents, Theresa May has written to the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform to express concern about the extent of nuisance unsolicited telephone calls received by Maidenhea...

Theresa attacks strike action

On 10 January, RMT guards and train drivers at First Great Western voted overwhelmingly to strike over disputes on breakdowns in industrial relations and the use of managers to guard and drive trains. Theresa May said, “I am dismayed that aft...

Bevin boys badge

Theresa May is looking for surviving Bevin Boys in the area to come forward to claim a unique veterans badge as a tribute to their sacrifices during and after the Second World War. The Bevin Boys scheme was introduced in 1943 by the Minister ...

Campainging for broadband in Waltham St Lawrence

Theresa May has launched a campaign in Parliament to bring broadband to Waltham St Lawrence. Households in the village are in the 0.2 per cent of households in the country who still can’t receive broadband internet. Residents have long campaign...

Guarantee on Crossrail

Theresa May has obtained significant guarantees from the Government about the impact of Crossrail on Maidenhead and Twyford. Speaking in the House of Commons, Theresa argued that the Crossrail line should be extended to Reading saying that “if ...

Good news on Sandford farm

Theresa May has welcomed the decision made by Wokingham Borough Council to turn down plans to build a combined residential and business complex on the Sandford Farm landfill site. The proposal, which had included plans for 150 new retirement ...