This Monday, Greg Hands held his surgery at Fulham Broadway Methodist Church, discussing issues and concerns, ranging from nuisance tenants to student visas, with ten constituents.
Two ladies discussed with Greg their concerns about the impact of extended licences in Chelsea. These residents had suffered considerable disruption due to noise and anti-social behaviour from establishments in their area. Greg has raised their concerns with the Council but has also encouraged them to establish a residents association which can speak for their street.
Greg believes tenants and residents associations can effectively bring together a small community and advocate on their behalf with the Council or Housing Association.
If constituents believe their Member of Parliament can assist with their problem Greg is keen to hear from them. Greg said: “I hold my surgeries almost every week of the year and I aim to solve the problem, or at least get my constituents an answer. To make an appointment contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 219 5448.”