Hayley Green & Cradley South
Action to bring buildings in Halesowen High Street up to scratch has been promised by the buildings’ landlords.
The buildings, which house businesses including The Carpet Shop and Rainbow Café, have been slammed as an “eyesore” and “a blight on the High Street” by Halesowen shoppers.
Halesowen & Rowley Regis MP James Morris wrote to the owners of the buildings after being contacted by a number of local residents about the peeling paint along the tops of the shop fronts. read more »
This has been my first full year as Member of Parliament. It’s been a steep learning curve but it is the best job in the world and the best thing about is the number of people and organisations that I get to speak to in the area.
This year, I have held 23 surgeries and worked to help 1,032 people who have contacted me. I have taken up a number of campaigns on behalf of the community, including the campaign to protect the remains of Halesowen Abbey and campaigning against cuts to the local fire service. read more »
For me, the best thing about being Member of Parliament for Halesowen and Rowley Regis is the opportunity that it gives me to meet so many extraordinary people and community organisations who are doing so much for our local area, often without recognition. read more »
Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris has hit out at Labour members of West Midlands Fire Authority for putting Party loyalty ahead of local residents’ safety.
The Fire Authority voted to reduce the number of fire engines covering Halesowen and Cradley Heath from two to just one.
Following a long campaign by Mr Morris, the Fire Brigades Union and the local community opposing the proposals, all twelve Conservative members of the Fire Authority voted against the cut. read more »
James Morris urges finance sector to lend more to grow economy and create jobs. read more »
James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, took part in a Q&A session with Halesowen students as part of his ongoing series of ‘one stop shops’ for young people. read more »
James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, took part in an event last week to celebrate the contributions which refugees have made to Halesowen and Rowley Regis. read more »
James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, visited Roxburgh House Care Home last Friday, as part of Carers Week. James spoke to residents and staff about their concerns regarding the future quality of care in the home. He also took part in a Q&A organised by the Dudley Carers Forum at Bank Street Methodist Church in Brierley Hill. read more »
James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, spoke last week in Parliament about the need for a greater spread of investment across the UK, in particular to the West Midlands. read more »
James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, during a debate on small business and apprenticeships, called on the voluntary sector to help young people thrive in apprenticeships. read more »