Today in the House of Commons, Gagan Mohindra MP spoke during the Planning (Enforcement Bill) Second Reading debate, raising awareness of planning breaches and their damage on the local environment.
Gagan highlighted the importance of seeking the protection of rivers including the Chess, the Gade and the Colne in South West Hertfordshire.
During the debate, Gagan noted that:
“I have made preserving the green belt one of my top priorities as Member of Parliament for South West Hertfordshire, and I am working hard in collaboration with my constituents and local authorities to achieve that. It is essential that we utilise the plentiful brownfield sites that I and many hon. Members have in our constituencies, to ensure that we preserve vital unspoilt land as best we can.”
Please follow this link to view the whole speech: https://parliamentlive.tv/event/index/5d53f520-e438-452f-afb5-42240085d634?in=11:19:00