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Funding to repair cycle path to Maisemore

Gloucester MP Richard Graham has said that the GCC announcement to restore the Gloucester-Maisemore cycle path would re-open an attractive route into the countryside for city residents.

The Boundary Review

Boundary Commission proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies will affect the way some of us vote in the 2020 general election.

They reduce the number of constituencies from 650 to 600 and alter the boundaries of almost all – including Gloucester.

Balancing Compassion and Regeneration

Some residents and retailers have written to me about an increase in beggars and apparently homeless people sleeping in the city centre.

Launching the All Party Group to promote Marine Energy

“We have the most tumultuous coastline of any country, capable of great force, and we badly need its energy to help keep the lights on as soon as possible,” said Gloucester’s MP Richard Graham as he launched an All-Party Parliamentary Group on Marine Energy and Tidal Lagoons to promote and suppor

Gloucester MP congratulates Gloucester Services on RIBA National Award

Richard Graham MP said the award of a prestigious RIBA National Award for Glen Howells Architects’ designs at Gloucester Services was yet another feather in the cap for the best services in the country. The award recognises the building as a significant contribution to architecture.