Andrew Bridgen visits MOTO Services at Castle Donington to look at the facilities for long distance lorry drivers and discusses with drivers how we need facilities like this all across the country and how to improve conditions and attract younger people to the industry.
Today Historic England is asking people in North West Leicestershire “What do you love about your local high street?” as the first part of a national conversation on the future of our high streets. Andrew Bridgen MP is encouraging people to get involved.
Following the Government statement on gas prices and energy suppliers, Andrew Bridgen seeks a Ministerial meeting to discuss renewable energy producers’ use of offshore special purpose vehicle companies to receive climate change levy subsidies.
North West Leicestershire is a semi rural constituency at the heart of the National Forest. It has three main towns which are Coalville, Ashby De La Zouch and Castle Donington, and they are surrounded by small towns and villages. It is made up of 20 District Council Wards and 8 County Council Wards. Famous landmarks within the constituency include East Midlands Airport, Donington Racetrack and Conkers Visitor Centre.
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