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Epsom Hospital Update – August 2017

Dear constituent I promised to come back to you about the current public engagement exercise by the Epsom and St Helier Trust about the future of local hospital services. Firstly, it has been clarified to me that this is not a proper consultation exercise, and that the NHS is nowhere near making any decisions even [...]

By |August 21st, 2017|Categories: Epsom Hospital|0 Comments

Epsom Hospital Update – July 2017

Dear constituent Firstly can I thank all of those who supported me in the recent election campaign. It is a great honour to represent this constituency, and I will continue to do so to the best of my endeavours. There has been a significant development over the future of Epsom Hospital. The Chief Executive of [...]

By |July 10th, 2017|Categories: Epsom Hospital|0 Comments

Pay As you Go Ticketing Coming to Epsom

Dear constituent I am writing to you finally with more news about what is happening about Oyster and pay as you go ticketing for Epsom. As you will recall, I wrote after becoming Transport Secretary to say that I wasn’t simply in a position to introduce changes for my own constituency – the rules rightly [...]

By |March 27th, 2017|Categories: Local Campaigns, Transport|0 Comments

Ashtead Level Crossing

Update: Ashtead Level Crossing – Planned Renewal Works I am writing to update you regarding forthcoming renewal work at Ashtead level crossing to improve the long term reliability of our equipment. We will be carrying out the majority of work at the crossing from 15 to 30 July this year to replace barrier machines, booms [...]

By |February 8th, 2017|Categories: Transport|0 Comments

Epsom Hospital Update – November 2016

You may have seen yesterday’s press reports about the future of our local hospitals. The articles suggest that Epsom is one of a group of South London hospitals, of which one is expected to be closed completely. This appears to be based on a report by the independent think tank, the Kings Fund, about its [...]

By |November 15th, 2016|Categories: Epsom Hospital|0 Comments

Oyster Card Epsom Station

As you will probably know, I was appointed Transport Secretary when Theresa May became Prime Minister in July. Sadly this doesn’t mean that I can automatically order Oyster cards for Epsom and rezone the station – there are strict rules (rightly) to stop Ministers doing pet projects in their own constituency. However the issue is [...]

By |September 8th, 2016|Categories: Transport|0 Comments
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