Protecting our parks and cleaning up our air

The air should be safe for local people, especially our children, to breathe.

I will stand up for our parks and open spaces like Sheen Way by opposing over development, and fight for the promised Beddington Farmlands to be open to the public as soon as possible. 

I'll also continue to campaign for better air quality monitoring near the Lib Dem-backed incinerator to ensure you and your family can breathe cleaner air.

Nationally, I will also be a champion for tackling climate change, pressing for measures to clean up our environment.


Beddington Incinerator

The Beddington incinerator is one of the biggest carbon polluters in Carshalton and Wallington.

During oral questions in Parliament today for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, I again raised concerns about recyclable materials being sent for incineration.

TIPA and Compostable Plastics

This afternoon I met with TIPA, a company that seeks to promote natural packaging which decomposes back into the soil as an alternative to the challenge that flexible packaging poses to the world.

Climate Change

Today I signed up to become a public transport champion, to help accelerate action on climate change in Parliament, as part of the Conservative Environment Network’s new Net Zero Champions initiative.

Tories for Climate Action

I spoke earlier today, via Zoom, with some of the member of Tories for Climate Action to hear about their work in highlighting the need for action on climate change.

Taking part in the virtual Climate Lobby

It was a pleasure to take part in the UK's first virtual Climate Lobby today by speaking (virtually) with Carshalton and Wallington residents about how we can tackle climate change both locally and nationally.