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Greg Hands chairs Open Meeting to hold Thames Water to account, if Super Sewer goes ahead

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. 

New Government Tax Summaries Show Hardworking Taxpayers Where Their Money is Being Spent

Greg Hands, MP for Chelsea and Fulham, has welcomed the introduction of the new personal Annual Tax Summary, which is being sent to taxpayers across the country. Starting yesterday, over 24 million hardworking taxpayers will start to receive the new Tax Summary statement which sets out how much direct tax they pay, including Income Tax and National Insurance, and how that money is being spent by the Government.

Public meeting on the Super Sewer

Greg Hands MP invites you to a Public Meeting on the
 
THAMES TIDEWAY TUNNEL SITE AT CARNWATH ROAD RIVERSIDE
 
Wednesday 19th November, 7pm

Greg Hands MP praises the work of Charity Trustees

Chelsea and Fulham MP, Greg Hands, is joining with the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) in celebrating the contribution that trustees make as part of Trustees’ Week, which begins on Monday 10 November 2014.

Greg Hands challenges Ed Balls over his Homes Tax proposals

Last week the Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls, attempted to provide more details on Labour’s plan to tax family homes in London. But his announcement spectacularly backfired as it raised more questions than it answered, providing more uncertainty for homeowners, families, and the property market, as we head towards the General Election.

Crime Down in London – Making our Community a Safer Place to Live

Local MP Greg Hands has welcomed news that crime is falling. Crime recorded by the Metropolitan Police in London has fallen by 14 per cent since 2010.The latest figures from the independent Crime Survey of England and Wales also show that crime across the country crime has fallen by more than a fifth under this Government.