Public Consultation on Roehampton Regeneration

Last weekend I attended the latest public exhibition and consultation on the regeneration project of the Alton Estate and also met with Council planners to get a more detailed update on the timelines.

Improving Victim Outcomes Survey

Residents often contact me after becoming a victim of crime about their experience with the police or the justice system.  The independent Victims' Commissioner for London, Claire Waxman, and Opinion Research Services are currently conducting a survey to feed into a review of London's support ser

Update on my Social Mobility Pledge campaign

This has been another busy month for my Social Mobility Pledge Campaign.  This month I held a meeting in Parliament where we asked businesses who have signed up to the Social Mobility Pledge to go out and ask other businesses to sign up too.  We also discussed best practice and ways that we could

Update on recent increase in violent crime in London

This month I had an important meeting with the Borough Commander, Peter Laverick, regarding our local concerns about moped crime in Wandsworth, the associated violent crime, and London more broadly.

Southfields Post Office Update

As many will know, alongside local councillors and the Southfields Business Forum, our community has been campaigning for the best part of three years to find a new location for the Southfields Post Office as the current location is due to be redeveloped.

The Mind Shop on Danebury Avenue

A number of Roehampton residents have been in touch with me concerned about the closure of the Mind charity shop in Roehampton on Danebury Avenue.

The Social Mobility Pledge

I held a Westminster Hall debate titled “Social Mobility and the Economy” earlier this week.

Putney Plastic Pledge Update

Following meetings with local schools, my Thames Tunnel Community Liaison Working Group, and other residents, I launched a new campaign on plastics in our local area called the Putney Plastics Pledge, about cutting down our usage locally.