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Christopher Pincher
Member of Parliament for Tamworth & Minister of State for Housing at . Please send casework to Christopher.pincher.mp@parliament.uk.
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Christopher Pincher retweeted
Tamworth Council 22h
week is taking place 10th-17th August.👜 It encourages people to pop to their local shops by demonstrating how businesses are safely welcoming customers back.😊We want to welcome all our local Tamworth businesses back and thank everyone for shopping safely and locally.
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Christopher Pincher 12h
We are further strengthening the voice of local communities in the planning process 📢 We have increased funding for many neighbourhood planning groups and our planning reforms place community engagement at the beginning of the process 👷🏻‍♂️
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Christopher Pincher 12h
Completely right . For my August Facebook campaign, I am highlighting a local business everyday from Tamworth and our local villages. Only 10 days in but seen some great messages about how great our local business community are 🛍
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Christopher Pincher Aug 7
In the Tamworth constituency 👇 ✔️protected 16,600 jobs via furlough ✔️provided £8.9m to self-employed ✔️provided £39.2m bounce back loans ✔️ plus £14.8 million business grants
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Christopher Pincher retweeted
Boris Johnson Aug 6
We’re going to cut the red tape and reform our planning system so we can build better homes faster.
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RICS UK Press Aug 6
⏭️ The announcements are a big step in the right direction. RICS supports a quicker, more streamlined, system that doesn’t lower either standards, building quality, internal environment or planning of placement for new homes 🏘️
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Christopher Pincher Aug 6
We’re going to get more homes built, and build them beautifully. proposes a fast-track system for beautiful buildings and local design guidance will ensure that good design is at the centre of new developments 🏠
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Christopher Pincher Aug 6
proposes a new infrastructure levy to replace the unclear, uncertain system of developer contributions. This new levy will deliver at least as much affordable housing as the current system.
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Christopher Pincher Aug 6
Today we have unveiled our proposals to reform the clunky, unclear planning system. Local communities will have a stronger voice at the very beginning of the process, shaping the guidance that developers will follow 📢
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Robert Jenrick Aug 6
As has said, it’s socially unjust that the younger generation should find it so hard to get on the property ladder. We want to to change that.
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Robert Jenrick Aug 6
👇 As set out in today, our new planning system will provide a major boost for small building firms and brickies, builders and labourers as we build the homes that people across the country need.
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UK Prime Minister Aug 6
We’re reforming the planning system so we can build new homes and community infrastructure more quickly and easily. Find out more about the steps the government is taking to cut red tape and ensure high standards here:
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Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Govt Aug 5
We’ll deliver the homes that are needed, where they are needed. Our proposals ensure every area has a local housing plan - providing much-needed new homes and a boost to local economies.
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Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Govt Aug 5
Today we've published our landmark proposals to speed up and modernise the planning system, delivering more much-needed new homes for communities across the country.
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Christopher Pincher Aug 5
Replying to @ChrisPincher
6/6: Yesterday’s announcement is key to how we’re fuelling a green economic recovery: building more homes on brownfield land, delivering the infrastructure that will ensure these homes are part of thriving communities, and making existing homes greener and more affordable to run.
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Christopher Pincher Aug 5
Replying to @ChrisPincher
5/6: This will ensure these home improvements are of the highest quality, and give the tradespeople taking part in the scheme the confidence that comes with knowing they have their customers’ trust. Our Green Homes Grant scheme will support 100k jobs in green construction 🏗
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Christopher Pincher Aug 5
Replying to @TrustMarkUK
4/6 Yesterday we’ve also announced that tradespeople must register for accreditation to take part in our new Green Homes Grant scheme, which will help homeowners including landlords save up to £600 a year on their energy bills ♻️
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Christopher Pincher Aug 5
Replying to @ChrisPincher
3/6 To deliver a further 26k new homes on brownfield sites, we’re confirming a £360m investment in Mayoral areas, providing a further £8m to speed up the delivery of these new homes and inviting bids for the remaining £40m of our Brownfield Fund 🏠
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Christopher Pincher Aug 5
Replying to @ChrisPincher
2/6 More than 300 projects are receiving £900m from Government as part of our Getting Building Fund – upgrading infrastructure and every part of the country. These projects will deliver up to 45k homes, support up to 85k jobs and reduce our CO2 emissions by 65m kgs
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Christopher Pincher Aug 5
1/6 A thread on our announcement yesterday of £1.3bn of investment to deliver new homes, infrastructure and jobs👇🏻
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