Peter Aldous - MP for Waveney

I was first elected MP for Waveney in 2010 and have been working hard for my constituents ever since.

Whether I’m knocking on doors or speaking in Parliament, it’s always my priority to stand up for local people.

Since 2010, I’ve successfully campaigned for the Beccless Loop, superfast broadband and better flood defences. Infrastructure investments like these are vital for the economic success of our area.

I’ve also fought for the scrapping of VAT on static holiday caravans, a cut to beer duty to help our local pubs, and a fuel duty freeze for motorists in Waveney.

Meanwhile, my parliamentary work has focused on energy policy, reform of the Common Fisheries Policy, support for small businesses, housing and local health issues. I’ve brought forward reforms to the park homes sector in my Mobile Homes Act to help protect often vulnerable and elderly residents.

ISince being elected in May 2015, I have re-doubled my efforts to boost growth in the local economy by helping businesses and attracting more jobs to Waveney. Let’s build a stronger economy and a better future together.


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