Maria Miller and local Councillors, Elaine Still and Laura Edwards have launched a petition to demonstrate Chineham residents’ concerns about the closure of a local Post Office branch and to call for any redevelopment proposals to include plans for a new branch to reinstate these important servi
The River Loddon is a haven for nature and provides a fantastic habitat for many creatures, most notably a large array of fish. The Loddon is of great historical importance to Basingstoke and provides a pleasant environment for people to enjoy.
Basingstoke is a great place to live, and we want to keep it that way. High levels of house building and economic growth will put pressure on our air quality. All of us have a responsibility to reduce our impact on the environment.
Inspiring Women is a local, non-political forum established by Maria that draws together women from different fields to share their experiences in their careers and the challenges that they have faced.
Having had constituents in the past who were affected by carbon monoxide poisoning, and with the headquarters of the Gas Safe Register being based in Basingstoke, Maria has been a strong advocate for gas safety related issues.
Maria has launched a Parliamentary Petition “Basingstoke Residents Against Motorway Service Areas” to demonstrate residents’ concerns about two separate proposals for new motorway service areas on the M3 around Basingstoke. Signed copies need to reach Maria by Monday 16 April, after which Maria will formally present the petition in Parliament.
For too long politics was seen as for men only. Maria believes that having more women in elected office helps to improve politics locally and nationally. Maria is the first woman to be elected to Parliament in North Hampshire, the 265th woman ever to be elected as an MP and the 38th ever to be appointed as a Cabinet Minister. Maria wants to see more women in Westminster to ensure we have a representative Parliament.