PETER LUFF REPORTS BACK
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Peter Luff, MP for Mid Worcestershire, has published his Annual Report today, in which he sets out some of the work he has been doing both locally and nationally on behalf of his constituents over the past year.

The Report is available on his website at www.peterluff.org.uk and hard copies are available on request. The report lists some of the major campaigns and issues Peter has been involved in during the year

“I have been working with local communities throughout the constituency concerned about the threat of excessive house building; I have celebrated the wonderful progress on the re-opening of the Droitwich canals; I have continued to fight for improved rail services throughout the constituency; together with local farmers and growers I have seen success in the campaign to maintain the vital Seasonal Agricultural Workers’ Scheme; working with local doctors I helped to win a victory to allow GPs dispensing to patients; I have been working closely with residents and parish councillors concerned about the unwelcome plans to build a wind farm at the Lenches; and I have continued to work with local people to secure the future of Hartlebury Castle and the reopening of Evesham’s Regal Cinema. However, I was really disappointed that we failed to save any of the sub Post Offices earmarked for closure, and especially Bengeworth, where I thought the campaigners did a magnificent job.”

Peter commented,

“The constituency of Mid Worcestershire is quite large, stretching from Broadway in the south to beyond Hartlebury in the north, and including the towns of Droitwich and Evesham. This means it is often hard for constituents in one area to know what I am doing in another. My Annual Report is intended to bring together a brief summary of the work I do for all areas for the constituency I am privileged to represent.

“Given the difficult economic times I have decided this year not to spend many thousands of pounds to distribute the Annual Report individually to each home in the constituency. Instead I have made it freely available on my website. Of course, if anyone who does not have access to the internet, or would prefer a paper copy, they need only get in touch with me and I can arrange for one to be sent to them.”

ENDS

The Annual Report can be accessed by clicking on the Annual Report button on the left


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