In her meeting with the Rt Hon George Eustice MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Theo Clarke MP for Stafford pressed the Secretary of State on the need to tackle sewage and plastic pollution to keep rivers and canals in Staffordshire clean.
Following her Westminster Hall debate in Parliament on tackling flooding in Staffordshire with Rebecca Pow MP, Minister in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Theo Clarke MP for Stafford welcomes the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ announcement that Staffor
On 20th January 2021, during Prime Minister’s Questions Theo Clarke MP for Stafford, urged the Prime Minister to back her campaign to tackle flooding in Staffordshire and establish a flood control centre in Stafford that residents can call 24/7 to get help.
Theo Clarke MP hosted a roundtable to bring together the relevant agencies in Stafford responsible for tackling flooding, including the Environment Agency, Staffordshire County Council, Highways England and Severn Trent.
Theo Clarke MP for Stafford visited the Wolseley Centre with Staffordshire Wildlife Trust and to hear about their work to protect wildlife in Stafford. Ms Clarke also discussed conservation, flood alleviation and the importance of protecting the natural world.
Theo Clarke, MP for Stafford, visited Sandon Road with Councillor Jonathan Price to discuss plans to support local residents with flooding. Ms Clarke continues to prioritise tackling flooding in Stafford and thanked Councillor Jonathan Price for all his hard work.
Speaking in the Chamber of the House of Commons, following recent visits to constituents affected by flooding, Theo Clarke MP, called for a Flood Control Centre in Stafford. Ms Clarke thanked emergency services for their hard work to help those affected by flooding in recent weeks.
Theo Clarke MP visited residents in her Stafford constituency who have been affected by recent flooding, to ensure they have the support they need, with Councillor Ann Edgeller and Councillor Ben Adams. Ms Clarke asked constituents to check in on their neighbours to make sure they are safe.