Since being given the honour of becoming reelected in 2019, I have worked day in day out to improve the lives of everyone who lives in Plymouth. From winning funds to set up a Veteran’s Gateway right here in Plymouth, to forcing the Government to do a review of Public Health settlements in Plymouth; from closing the Iraqi Historical Allegations Team abuse of our Servicemen and women, to putting Mental Health at the centre of the city’s health and wellbeing strategy; from working with business and government to achieve a 600 job investment directly into Plymouth to securing a £5m Government investment to redevelop and improve our outdated rail station.
But it’s just been two years, and I want to do more. I need your help to do it. If you want to get involved, please go to my website to find out how.
I have been in constant communication with Plymouth City Council and would like to thank the emergency services, Royal Navy and, of course, residents for their calm and professional response to the finding of a WW2 bomb in Keyham. Yesterday the cordon was extended to 309 metres, evacuating more than 3,000 residents.
The Life Centre remains open to provide any support. You can also call the helpline 01752 668000 or simply view Plymouth City Council's advice page:
Latest information on measures to keep residents safe after wartime device found in Keyham.