Regeneration: Estates, Heritage and the City Centre

From Estates Regeneration to the City Centre and Quays, and Heritage Lottery funded projects at St Mary De Crypt, see my regeneration projects below.

News

St Aldates Housing Development

I recently visited St Aldates in Gloucester to see how the brand new Rooftop Housing Group development is doing. Find out more about these new homes:

Aethelflaed 2018

Historic re-enactments are a fine balancing act. They need enough real history abd dressing up to be convincing. And enough tongue well through the cheek to be enjoyable.

Aethelflaed 2018 Success

This weekend is all about a woman who died 1100 years ago. She just happened to unite most of this part of England together, defeating the Danes in Derby, seeming them off elsewhere and laying the way for her nephew to restore an independent England.

Gloucester History Trust's New Charity

The Gloucester History Trust has been approved by the Charities Commission as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) to run the Festival and other related activities. Women and Leadership will be the themes of the 2018 Gloucester History Festival. Gloucester MP Richard Graham, who is chairm

£3.75m funding means we’ll be proud of our train station

Gloucester MP Richard Graham, who has worked on improvements for Gloucester Train Station for the last eight years, says the new £3.75m Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) funding will mean “we’ll be proud of our Train Station and surrounding area”.

Joint Statement on Gloucestershire 2050 Vision

We welcome the idea of a Big Conversation about the long term challenges for our county, and some possible solutions to them. It’s good to see the University of Gloucestershire, with growing numbers of students in campuses in both our constituencies, at the heart of the discussion.

2018: The Year of Better Infrastructure

"In 2018 our new bus station, extra railway station car park, Kingsway surgery, University of Gloucestershire Business School and student accommodation at Blackfriars will all open,” said MP Richard Graham.