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Neighbourhood Plans

I have held important meetings with Henley town council and with Thame town council separately on the question of revising or up-dating the Neighbourhood Plans.

Townlands Parking

Progress on the situation with parking fines at Townlands Memorial Hospital

More money for Oxfordshire's roads

Local roads badly affected by recent winter weather will benefit from a further £100 million to help repair any potholes and other storm damage. This money will help repair almost 2 million potholes as well as help protect the roads from any future severe weather.

The Welfare System

I want to turn to a subject that can have a big effect on people – the Welfare System. The Welfare System that we have today has been over a century in the making and is the work of each political party that has held office in that period.

Better Broadband for our communities

I met yesterday (16 February) with representatives from the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire team to discuss the continuing rollout programme and get an update on progress in installing broadband particularly in communities just outside Henley.

Protecting local press

I have welcomed the launch of a new review into press sustainability, with a particular focus on ensuring the future of local and regional press.

Parking at Townlands

I have written to the Chief Executive of Smart Parking – the company manging the parking around Townlands Hospital.

Update on Nettlebed Post Office

I had a meeting with the Post Office yesterday. The result was that the Post Office confirmed the following:

High Court ruling on Neighbourhood Plans

The High Court has made a judgement that the Written Ministerial Statement on Neighbourhood Plans and the 3 year housing land supply figure should stand.