Following the most recent earthquake in the area on 27 February, I have received a number of communications from local residents concerned about the potential link between a series of earth tremors in the area and oil exploration and production activities at Horse Hill and Brockham.
MPs of the Gatwick Co-ordination Group (GCG), which is chaired by Crispin, have today written a joint response to the Gatwick Airport Draft Master Plan Consultation expressing their opposition to the airport’s three expansion proposals.
Over the last few weeks I have received over 1,000 emails, letters, calls and cards regarding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. This is an issue that generates much passion, often heat rather than light!
Crispin Blunt has today joined over 500 other MPs by planting trees in his constituency as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, a network of forest conservation initiatives to mark Her Majesty's lifetime of service to the Commonwealth.
Crispin Blunt’s debate in the House of Commons today was the opportunity to publicly present the many issues specific to the rail service to Redhill, Reigate, Merstham, Earlswood and Salfords within the well-rehearsed serious Southern rail service problems that have plagued the line since the Lon