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29th March 2015

Last week, the Chancellor set out the final Budget before the election. It contained a number of measure that will benefit charities and churches. Greg Hands MP has welcomed the positive impact these new measures will have on the local area.

29th March 2015

Last week, the Chancellor set out the final Budget before the general election in May. This year’s Budget continues to support enterprise and businesses in Chelsea and Fulham, and has been welcomed by local MP Greg Hands.

23rd March 2015

Local MP Greg Hands has welcomed this week’s Budget as another step on the road to recovery in Chelsea and Fulham. The Conservatives have a plan that is working, and a Budget that works for local people.

23rd March 2015

New figures show 959 fewer people in Chelsea and Fulham claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance compared to 2010 - a 47 per cent drop. This means that more people are in work, with the self-respect and security of a good job and a regular pay packet.

23rd March 2015

MP for Chelsea and Fulham, Greg Hands, has welcomed specific measures set out in this week’s Budget that will improve London’s transport and infrastructure.

23rd March 2015

This week Greg Hands met with BT to see what can be done to speed up the internet provision to Chelsea and Fulham, and improve the roll-out of superfast fibre broadband, internet provision of at least 100 Megabits per second.

23rd March 2015

Greg Hands MP has welcomed new figures showing that Conservative efforts to get surplus and redundant public sector land brought back into use could help to deliver over 1,100 homes in Chelsea and Fulham and surrounding areas.

16th March 2015

Greg Hands MP this week led Education Secretary Nicky Morgan on a visit to The Fulham Boys School (FBS), London’s first free school for boys, which he helped to open last year.

The Education Secretary had been invited to visit the school by FBS patron, Greg Hands MP, and was called on to award the House cup for the school’s first ‘Eisteddfod’. The school houses competed for points at this cultural festival the previous Friday.

16th March 2015

Concerns have been raised that the impact of the £2 million threshold for Labour's proposed 'Mansion Tax' will be much more widely felt than prime areas of central London alone, and would hit areas of London like Hammersmith & Fulham very hard.

16th March 2015

Greg Hands MP has welcomed the news that a new free school for the area, the TBAP 16-19 Academic AP Academy has been approved, helping to create more good school places for pupils in Chelsea and Fulham.

Promoted by Jonathan Fraser-Howells on behalf of Greg Hands, both at 44 Southern Row, London, W10 5AN