News in Pictures

On Thursday, the Fulham Boys School (FBS) was formally opened by Nick Gibb, Schools Minister, and the school’s patrons, local Fulham MP Greg Hands, and the Bishop of Kensington, Rt Revd Paul Williams in a joyous ceremony at the school’s temporary site in north Fulham.

What has Greg been up to in Chelsea and Fulham?

Greg's local map

Thanks to boundary changes, the constituency of Chelsea and Fulham is a new one. Before the May 2010 election, Greg was MP for the overlapping constituency of Hammersmith and Fulham. It's home to many landmarks and famous faces, including the Premiership football grounds of Stamford Bridge and Craven Cottage and more than 66,000 people. This map shows the extent of the constituency. Click on it to see what Greg has been up to recently.


News stories

24th November 2014

Over one hundred and twenty Fulham residents attended a public open meeting hosted and chaired by Greg Hands MP at St Matthew’s Church on Wednesday night, to pose questions to Thames Water about their Thames Tideway Tunnel (or “TTT”) project, known as the Super Sewer. The meeting was organised by Greg in response to the disappointing news that consent had been granted to the Tunnel in September, following recommendations of the Planning Inspectorate.

24th November 2014

Greg Hands MP, has welcomed news that plans for a Crossrail 2 station in the heart of Chelsea remain on track, following an announcement by the Department for Transport (DfT) on its latest safeguarded route.

24th November 2014

Greg Hands MP has welcomed new figures released this month showing that 2,400 businesses in Chelsea and Fulham are benefitting from the Government’s Employment Allowance since its introduction in April, making it easier for businesses to hire staff and create jobs.

Promoted by Jonathan Fraser-Howells on behalf of Greg Hands, both at 1a Chelsea Manor Street, London SW3 5RP