MP and Yate Team - "Back our North Yate Buses!"

Local MP Luke Hall and the Local Yate Action Team (Sonia, Matt and Liz) have launched a petition on behalf of our community in response to the proposals by First Bus to make changes to the new Y3/4 Service, formerly the 46 and X46 service serving Brimsham, Halifax Road, and Cranleigh Court Road A

Joint Spatial Plan - The Fight Is Not Over

Fighting against inappropriate development in Charfield, Coalpit Heath, and Thornbury & Buckover

Tomorrow marks the opening of a public consultation, concerning the West of England’s Joint Spatial Plan.

Back our 82 Bus Campaign

After a long campaign in recent months, Local MP Luke Hall and Chipping Sodbury’s Conservative Councillor Rob Creer are co-coordinating a community response for an improved bus service this week after a hard won consultation on council supported bus services, secured by the pair, was launched by

Thornbury Health Centre Redevelopment

Local MP Luke Hall has been campaigning for and supporting plans to redevelop Thornbury Health Centre.

This redevelopment is one of Luke’s key local initiatives and he has been campaigning for it even before his appointment as Thornbury and Yate’s Member of Parliament.

Petition launched for Cromhall School Bus service by Luke Hall

 Local man and MP, Luke Hall, has kick started his petition asking for a rethink on the council's Cromhalls School transport provision this week after parents in the area have got in touch explaining the pressure the current policy is placing on families.   

Campaign for a new Junction 18A linking to the M4

The proposed Junction 18A would address increasing residential and commercial demands being placed on Emersons Green, which is already experiencing significant growth. Over the next 10 years, it is anticipated that 7,000 new jobs will be created in the area, which will create a massive boost for the West of England’s economy.Since its inception in March 2015, the campaign has made big strides.It has cross-party support from local politicians, has been debated in the House of Commons and has been raised directly with the Prime Minister.