On Wednesday, Cheadle MP Mary Robinson raised the ongoing traffic chaos on A34 with the Prime Minister in PMQs. The A34/A560 junction in Cheadle and Gatley is notorious among local residents as a traffic blackspot and is one of the five busiest junctions in the area.
As a member of the Communities and Local Government Select Committee I contributed to a report on national planning policy which was published at the start of April. The report comes at a time when Greater Manchester Combined Authority is working on its spatial framework which aims to identify suitable sites for housing and growth across the city region including here in Stockport.
Cheadle MP Mary Robinson recently met with Stockport’s Healthy Rivers Trust who are promoting their valuable work in the preservation, restoration and development of local waterways with a competition to win a free plumbing call-out.
In December, Arriva trains were awarded the franchise of the Northern Rail Network which will start in April. In winning the contract Arriva pledged to deliver value for money for passengers and start an ambitious programme of more than £1 billion worth of investment to transform train travel in the North – including investment in ticketing and trains with increased capacity.
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