Local News

Greg Clark visit to Fletton Quays

The Secretary of State for the Department of Communities and Local Government, the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP visited Peterborough today to discuss regeneration.

We were delighted to welcome another Secretary of State to Peterborough today.

Amber Rudd visits Energy Facility

Stewart Jackson, Member of Parliament for Peterborough has today welcomed Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, the Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, to the city.

Crackdown on roadwork disruption

Stewart Jackson MP has welcomed new proposals to crackdown on disruption caused by roadworks on local roads, with new rules being considered that would reduce disruption for families and businesses in Peterborough who rely on our local roads to get around. 

Lynne Ayres is new West Ward councillor

On Thursday 29th October 2015, Lynne Ayres was elected as a Conservative City Councillor for West Ward in a by-election. Congratulations Lynne and thank you to all those who supported her. 

54% unemployment fall in Peterborough

Stewart Jackson MP has welcomed new figures showing 2072 fewer people in Peterborough claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance compared to 2010 - a 54% per cent drop.

Redundant government land for new homes

Stewart Jackson, MP for Peterborough, has welcomed new figures showing that Conservative efforts to get redundant and surplus public sector land brought back into use will help to deliver 350 homes Peterborough.

More super fast broadband in Peterborough

Stewart Jackson has welcomed new figures showing how families and businesses in Peterborough are benefitting from the Conservative’s investment in superfast broadband.  

Stewart Jackson petition 10 Downing Street

Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson today presented a petition to the Prime Minister at No 10 Downing Street on behalf of residents from Werrington and Peakirk.

Quarter of deficit left by Labour CLEARED UP in first two years

We know that times are hard for people who work hard up and down the country right now, with household budgets being stretched and squeezed. We are having to clear up the mess left by Labour, and whilst we’ve cleared a quarter of the deficit left by Labour in our first two years in office, we are also doing everything we can to help families with the cost of living.