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William Wragg MP demands greater protection for greenbelt from Government

William Wragg MP, has called directly on Government for greater protection of the greenbelt and a change in approach to planning policy.

William today made an official submission to the public consultation on the Government’s Housing White Paper, which seeks to solve the issue of the housing shortage, and improve planning policy. In his submission William argues for a more practical approach to planning with improved means of setting local housing targets and strengthened protections for our greenbelt. William also said we need to effectively address slow housing delivery rates and ‘land banking’.

NEW: Job Vacancy

Work for William: William is looking for a new Constituency Support Manager.

William Wragg, Member of Parliament for Hazel Grove, is looking to recruit a full-time member of staff to join his Constituency Office based in Marple town centre.

President Trump, Travel Bans, and State Visits

From day one of his Administration, President Trump has been dominating headlines and provoking reaction on both sides of the Atlantic, prompting calls for the UK to rescind our invitation of a state visit.

Marple Locks

It was great to be able to explore and discover more about the canal locks in Marple over the weekend.

Thanks to the Canal River Trust and Manchester & Pennine for inviting me

Dementia Friends

Last week my staff and I had the pleasure of welcoming Rachel from the Alzheimer's Society who came to talk to us about the day to day experiences that those with Alzheimer's, and their families, have to deal with.

William Wragg MP welcomes lowest unemployment figures in over 10 years

William Wragg MP has welcomed the news that unemployment across the UK remains at the lowest rate for over a decade – down nearly 900,000 since 2010 – according to the latest labour market figures, with 206,000 more people in work in the North West since 2010. 

Supporting our Veterans

Alfred was awarded the Legion D'Honneur. The award, is one of the highest military awards in France. The French Government invited all British service personnel who took part in the Normandy landings to apply for the award in recognition of their services and bravery.