Thank you for having your say on active travel in Redditch

Active travel is high on the agenda as we build back greener here in Redditch following the impact of COVID-19.

During the lockdown we saw massive increases in the number of people walking & cycling. This appetite for more active travel must be maintained & built on. We can’t go back to the way things were.

It’s often said how well built Redditch is for more bike lanes, so, working with local colleagues, we’re determined to be ambitious & improve cycling in our town, as well as all forms of active travel.

My Active Travel survey is now closed. My team and I are now considering the results and I will have more to say in the coming months.

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Rachel meets with transport chief to discuss local bus services

“Working with the County Council, we will leave no stone unturned in our mission to safeguard services here in Redditch.”

Rachel presses health bosses to return Garden Suite as soon as possible

Rachel is continuing to hold local health bosses to account over the return of the Garden Suite to the Alexandra Hospital.

Rachel: Rail strikes are punishing my hard-working constituents

“The Government wants a sensible compromise to end the dispute for the good of my constituents and the rail workforce.”

Rachel welcomes a new deal for private renters

The fairer private rented sector white paper marks a generational shift that will redress the balance between landlords and 4.4 million private rented tenants.

Rachel writes to Bus Minister in support of local services

Rachel has written to the Bus Minister as part of her mission to do everything she can to support local bus services

Rachel welcomes further funding for Alex scanners

“I’m pleased the Government has provided further funding to ensure my constituents can receive their scans and diagnoses much more quickly.”

Rachel: “We will not be deterred… we will continue with our plan to relocate asylum seekers to Rwanda.”

“We will not be deterred, and we will continue with our plan to relocate asylum seekers to Rwanda.”

Rachel welcomes Government’s Food Strategy

“This Strategy will also help protect my constituents against the impacts of future economic shocks by safeguarding our food security.”

Work to begin on installing state-of-the-art robot at the Alex

Plans to perform state-of-the-art robot assisted surgery at the Alexandra Hospital will move a step closer next month when work to install the robot begins. Back in March, it was finally announced by Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Hospital that a surgical robot...

Rachel encourages residents to use local bus services

“I wo”uld encourage everyone to try taking a bus if you can – they’re safe, clean and affordable.