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A local campaign, headed by Dan Byles MP, to turn a green in Arbury Avenue into a village green has begun. The local Member of Parliament has urged residents to help give the land protected ‘village green’ status for use of the community.



Dan said:

“We were all delighted when the Borough Council finally listened to residents and agreed not to go ahead with the proposed housing on the green at Arbury Avenue & Deronda Close. It's a testament to what people can achieve when we work together. However the Council haven't ruled out further development in the future.


“We would now like to protect the green for the future, but we need residents’ help. In order to apply for the green to have ‘village green’ status we need to prove that the green has been used by residents for recreation and community pastimes on the land for at least 20 years.”

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9th April 2014

“This will help to secure jobs in North Warwickshire & Bedworth” says Dan Byles MP



The Government has announced a multi-million pound package of support for two growing local manufacturing companies as part of a wider government initiate to promote the UK manufacturing supply chain. Through the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI), ADV Manufacturing in Bedworth will receive a grant of £1.75m and WH Smith & Sons Tools, based near Water Orton, will receive £90k.

9th April 2014

At midnight on Sunday the biggest tax cuts for a generation came into effect when the personal tax allowance was raised to £10,000. At a stroke, an extra quarter of a million people stopped paying income tax altogether on Sunday night. That takes the number of people who have stopped paying any income tax at all on their earnings to over 3 million since 2010. As a Conservative who believes in low taxes and allowing people to keep more of their own money - particularly the lowest paid - I am very proud of that.


8th April 2014

Dan Byles the MP for North Warwickshire has visited the £2.5 million flood defence scheme in Whitacre Heath to speak to the staff working on site and catch up with progress so far.


The project has been planned for several years and the planning application was first received in June 2013. There were two months of delays at North Warwickshire Borough Council before the project was finally given a green light in August of last year and works began the next day.

What has Dan been up to?

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This map shows the area of the Midlands that Dan represents for the Conservative Party. As the MP, he's covering the same area in Parliament.

The North Warwickshire and Bedworth constituency is large and varied - a mixture of urban centres, villages and rural landscapes. It is home to a wide variety of industries and professions.

Dan tries to divide his time equally around the constituency, meeting people from all walks of life, discussing their concerns and hopefully resolving their problems.

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Dan Byles MP speaks in the House of Commons on the subject of the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, on 18th October 2012.

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