News

6th August 2014

Chelsea and Fulham MP, Greg Hands, is continuing to represent the views of local residents over potential new sites for a rail station in Chelsea, as part of the planned Crossrail 2 underground railway line.

6th August 2014

Local MP, Greg Hands, has welcomed new figures showing that 345 fewer people are relying on Jobseeker’s Allowance in Chelsea and Fulham, compared to this time last year. Since 2010, the number of local people on unemployment benefits is down by 693– a 36% drop. Additionally, the number of people in work in London as a whole is up by 399,000 since 2010.

24th July 2014

The Rt Hon Greg Hands MP's submission to Sir Peter Hendy CBEregarding Crossrail 2.

18th July 2014

The new free school Fulham Boys School will open, after all, after interventions by London Mayor Boris Johnson, Greg Hands MP, and Lord Nash, the Schools Minister. Following meetings with Greg Hands MP, Lord Nash has phoned Greg to confirm the happy news.

18th July 2014

Greg Hands, MP for Chelsea and Fulham, has given his support to Crosslight Debt Advice’s important social action.

18th July 2014

Greg Hands MP has welcomed the news that the Government will not increase night flights landing at Heathrow before 6am, following representations he made to the Transport Secretary last year.

18th July 2014

Local MP, Greg Hands, has been listening to residents’ views on potential new sites for a rail station in Chelsea, as part of the planned Crossrail 2 underground railway line.

16th July 2014

The new free school Fulham Boys School will open, after all, after interventions by London Mayor Boris Johnson, Greg Hands MP, and Lord Nash, the Schools Minister, following lobbying by and meetings with Greg Hands MP. Lord Nash phoned Greg last night to bring the happy news.

11th July 2014

Greg Hands MP and H&F Conservative Councillors have written to the Leader of H&F Council today suggesting a new site for Fulham Boys School.

7th July 2014

Greg Hands urges all parties to find a solution, urgently

Following Labour’s win in the Hammersmith & Fulham Council elections, the new Council has decided to review decisions on the merger of Sulivan and New King’s Schools, meaning that there is likely to be no immediate prospect of a permanent site for the new free school, the Fulham Boys School.

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