Rob has welcomed the three-month interim report from NHS England (Thames Valley) outlining the measures that have been taken to address access to GP surgeries in Woodley.
With the Parliamentary term coming to an end on Tuesday I am looking forward to getting back to Reading and being able to focus on local issues.
Rob Wilson MP met local residents campaigning to get Reading Borough Council to take prompt action to tackle a dangerous junction in Caversham.
Welcome news that the new Maiden Erlegh School for east Reading will open in September 2015 at a site on Crescent Road.
Rob arranged and chaired a meeting for Loddon Bridge Road residents to discuss the proposed access to the planned Bloor Homes’ re-development of the old Allied Bakeries site, off Viscount Way.
On Friday Rob attended the latest Third Thames Bridge Summit at Wokingham Borough Council offices, at which it was agreed that further studies are required to determine the traffic impacts that a third crossing may have on the local road network.
On Friday Rob visited the Buscot Ward at the Royal Berkshire Hospital to learn more about the work undertaken by neo-natal staff and the fundraising achievements of Babies In Buscot Support (BIBS).
The past few weeks have been really enjoyable for me as Reading East’s MP, as it has demonstrated how people can selflessly come together and work together to raise money and help their community from Caversham to Woodley.
Rob welcomed Transport Minister Stephen Hammond MP to Reading Station to discuss Crossrail and the potential for a semi-fast service to and from Reading, particularly during peak hours.
Rob visited the Highdown School to meet sixth-formers studying Government and Politics and was asked questions by students on a range of topics.