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Crookham Park Development Update

Ranil Jayawardena, Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire, continues to work on behalf of Crookham Park residents who have been affected by Taylor Wimpey’s long overdue commitment in completing remedial works.

Tell Ranil

Ranil this morning has stated "It was a pleasure to be at the geographic heart of North East Hampshire - in Greywell - to meet local residents and hear their views on issues ranging from the election of Donald Trump, to our NHS, at the end of last week. 

Ranil Jayawardena in Hook

Ranil Jayawardena, MP was delighted to open Hook's first Health and Wellbeing event last week, funded by the Big Lottery Fund Grant for All initiative, and supported by Tesco Eat Happy Project and Hook In Bloom. 

Ranil Jayawardena - Odiham

Ranil Jayawardena was honoured to attend the unveiling a paving stone commemorating the Reverend William Addison at the Odiham War Memorial. The Reverend Addison was a former North East Hampshire resident, whose tremendous bravery in the First World War earned him a Victoria Cross

Ranil Jayawardena and South West Trains

Ranil Jayaawardena, MP for North East Hampshire visited the Department for Transport to deliver two submissions to the South Western Rail Franchise consultation, calling for quicker, longer, better trains

Superfast Broadband

Ranil Jayawardena, MP for North East Hamsphire "The government is making good progress in its pledge to provide near universal superfast broadband by the end of this Parliament, and it’s fantastic to see that people in North East Hampshire are benefiting from this."

Ranil Jayawardena January 2016

Out and about in the constituency with Ranil Jayawardena, Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire

Petrol in North East Hampshire

Out and about in the constituency with Ranil Jayawardena, Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire.

Syria Air Strikes

Ranil Jayawardena, MP for North East Hampshire stated: “The argument as to whether to permit airstrikes in Syria was, in my view, a matter of conscience. Each Member of Parliament exercised their judgement when arriving at a considered decision.