Keeping Tamworth Strong through Covid19

The outbreak of Covid19 affected just about every resident in Tamworth and the villages, I have been doing what I can to keep Tamworth on track, retain jobs, support those who have lost work, boost access to testing and care, helping schools reopen and ensure that everybody has a roof over their head to reduce transmission of the virus. 

In my role as Housing Minister I have also paved the way for the housing and building market to get back to work, assisted with the local resilience forums across the United Kingdom and encouraging landlords and tenants to work together during the pandemic. 

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View From the House - August

Over August, Parliament went into recess, and that means I can devote more time in Tamworth and our villages. And this August has been a busy month for many people, despite all the Coronavirus challenges!


Spain no longer safe for British Public Health

On Saturday night, the Department for Transport removed Spain from the list of countries and territories from which international arrivals are exempt from self-isolating requirements. 

View From the House - July 27

This month in Parliament we passed three really important pieces of legislation, the Business Recovery Act, the  Domestic Abuse Act and the Trade Act. Each very different but each positive and both important to us domestically and internationally.


Visiting Tamworth's new housing site

Last Friday, Local MP Christopher Pincher, visited the Dunstall Park site along Dunstall Lane to see the progress, meet builders and apprentices and talk with senior management about concerns raised in casework by local residents.

Entries for Tamworth MP’s Summer of Small Businesses opened

Last summer, Tamworth MP Christopher Pincher ran a campaign alongside the Mayor of Tamworth and Tamworth Have a Heart to highlight a different defibrillator each day. This summer the MP is highlighting our local, small and independent businesses. 

Getting Tamworth re-opened for business

With the United Kingdom COVID Alert system rating moving from Level 4 to Level 3, it has led to a continued slow reduction in restrictions and part of that has been the re-opening of Tamworth businesses.