Greg Hands welcomes record number of people in work

Chelsea & Fulham MP Greg Hands today welcomed the news that the number of people in work across the UK is at a record high level. The rate of women in work is at the highest level since comparable records began. There are 696,811 more people back in work in London since 2010.

Greg Hands welcomes new jobs figures showing a strong economy in Chelsea & Fulham

Member of Parliament for Chelsea & Fulham, Greg Hands, has welcomed today’s figures showing that there are 707,000 more people in work across London, and 2.7 million more people across the United Kingdom back in work than in 2010, meaning that more families across Chelsea & Fulham have the security of a regular pay packet.

EFA submits The Fulham Boys School Planning Application

The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has submitted its planning application (2016/02774/FUL) to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham (LBHF) for the redevelopment of the Fulham Police Station site to provide a new home for The Fulham Boys School (FBS).

Greg Hands welcomes TfL’s Decision to retain the 424 Bus Route

Member of Parliament for Chelsea & Fulham, Greg Hands, has welcomed Transport for London’s (TfL) announcement of its decision not to curtail the 424 bus route. TfL’s proposals would have meant that the 424 bus would no longer have gone through the heart of Fulham – where it provides a vital service to many local residents, especially the elderly and those in sheltered housing, being the only direct bus service in Sands End. Instead, the route would have gone just over Wandsworth Bridge rather than to Putney High Street.

Crossrail 2 publishes its Interim Response

On 7 July, Crossrail 2 published its interim response to the public consultation it held between 27 October 2015 and 8 January 2016. This response came further to the Consultation Report, which Crossrail 2 published in March this year.