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Julian Sturdy - Strong Voice for York Outer

Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

Latest News & Campaigns

Julian backs Macmillan’s cancer nurse campaign at World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in Parliament

Julian backs Macmillan’s cancer nurse campaign at World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in Parliament

This week, Julian was one of over 200 Members of Parliament who came together to support Macmillan Cancer Support’s latest campaign. The charity used its well loved World’s Biggest Coffee Morning reception in Parliament to launch a new report “Cancer Nursing on the line”. The report calls for a Cancer Nurse Fund to invest in

Statement on government social care and health proposal

I support the broad principles and intentions behind the government’s plan for a reformed...

Back to school and supply chain issues

On Monday York’s children returned to school, beginning what will hopefully be a much...

York Press column – Afghanistan retreat and investment in York

Last week, I travelled to London for the emergency recall of Parliament to discuss...

Local Plan ‘Further Sites’ News

Wednesday 4th June 2014 – The Council’s Local Plan Further Sites consultation goes live. It will last for six weeks and close on Wednesday 16th July. To find out more, click here.

Saturday 24th May 2014 – Julian hosts first in a series of public meetings on the Local Plan Further Sites proposals. Click here to read more.

Tuesday 13th May 2014 – Julian hosts parliamentary debate on safeguarded land, in which he called on the Council to remove the unnecessary allocation of greenbelt land as ‘safeguarded’ for future long term development. To read Julian’s comments in advance of the debate, click here. Or to read the Minister’s response or watch the debate in full, click here.

Thursday 11th April 2014 – Julian has responded to the Local Plan Further Sites Consultation document, published last night, claiming that the Council have “not listened to the strongly expressed views of the people of York and its surrounding communities” and that the changes were largely “superficial”. To read his comments in full, click here.