Alistair Burt, MP for NE Bedfordshire, addressed the Planning Inspectorate Appeal on Friday last, with regard to the incinerator plans at Twinwoods Business Park.  Alistair was supporting residents and the Parish Councils from Milton Ernest, Thurleigh, and the surrounding area.

 

Read more: MP speaks out at Planning Appeal

 

North East Bedfordshire MP Alistair Burt has taken a keen interest in furthering proposals for a new surgery in Biggleswade and is pleased to note the progress being made. NHS Bedfordshire and GPs in Biggleswade have met recently to discuss the new health centre and it is hoped that a consensus will be reached shortly.

Read more: MP PRESSES FOR RESOLUTION OF SURGERY ISSUE

21st  March 2011

 

MP for North East Bedfordshire Alistair Burt is backing residents in Milton Ernest and surrounding villages in their challenge to the planning application by Biogen Power to build an incinerator plant at Twinwoods.  The application has been turned down by Bedford Borough Planning Committee, but the applicants have taken the decision to appeal.

 

Read more: MP supports village communities in challenging incinerator planning

Today, Alistair Burt MP welcomed the Government’s Budget with its plan to reform the economy to support jobs and growth, and to take steps to help families with the cost of living – including an immediate cut in fuel duty.

 

Read more: ALISTAIR BURT MP WELCOMES A BUDGET FOR GROWTH, JOBS AND FAMILIES

North East Bedfordshire MP Alistair Burt, who is also the Foreign Office Minister for the Middle East, has described the UN Resolution and House of Commons vote on Libya as a “difficult but necessary decision for the world to take”.

 

Read more: MP Welcomes Difficult but Necessary Decision on Libya

Alistair Burt MP has announced his support for a scheme that sees school children encouraged to start a business with just £10 each, in the biggest ever Tenner Tycoon challenge.

Read more: ALISTAIR BURT MP BACKS PETER JONES’ TENNER TYCOON CAMPAIGN

Alistair Burt, the MP for North East Bedfordshire has welcomed Home Office plans to target scrap metal theft by introducing a new crime prevention strategy. 

 

Mr Burt recently contacted the Minister for Crime Prevention to voice the concerns of Potton Town Council and other constituents who have experienced a large number of devastating scrap metal thefts.  In his response, James Brokenshire MP stated that the Government will be implementing measures that are designed to reduce the opportunities that criminals have to exploit the scrap metal trade.

Read more: MP BACKS CRACKDOWN ON SCRAP METAL THEFT