As part of the government’s commitment to leave the environment in a better state than they inherited it, an independent review to potentially introduce Highly Protected Marine Areas has been launched.
Therese has welcomed the decision by the Planning Inspectorate to halt the proposed extension of Wangford Quarry into the Parish of Reydon, following the public examination of the Suffolk Minerals & Waste Local Plan.
Some of the most senior utility directors in the UK gathered at the Snape Maltings on Friday 6th September to hear the latest plans of the Alde and Ore Estuary Partnership’s pioneering £26.9m flood programme to upgrade vital river walls. The gathering was hosted by Therese.
Following the public meeting Therese hosted in June with the Clinical Commissioning Group’s Chief Officer, Ed Garratt, he has provided an update that the booking issues affecting Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit seem to have been ironed out.
On the first day back in Parliament, Suffolk Coastal MP, Therese Coffey hosted two meetings to discuss the latest Care Quality Commission report on the East of England Ambulance Trust, which received yet another requires improvement rating.
Therese has written to all GP practices and Patient Participation Groups in the northern part of her constituency, to seek their views on the proposed merger of Great Yarmouth & Waveney CCG with Norfolk’s four other CCGs to create a super clinical commissioning group by April 2020.
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