Focus on where you live:
It's an honour to be re-elected MP for Arundel & South Downs, and I am looking forward to representing this fantastic constituency for the next five years. Thank you to those who voted for me, and I will continue to work hard for all.
I can see that planning will remain an issue and I have already been in touch with the new Communities and Local Government Secretary about this. I will also join forces with other MPs to make the case against a second runway at Gatwick, which would add significantly to development pressure.
I will continue to champion localism and rural communities. In fact I am about to start writing a book on the countryside which will focus on the threats to it.
Our roads and rail service are also on my agenda. I will want to make sure that the A27 upgrade, which was specifically pledged in the Conservative manifesto, moves forward as soon as possible.
I am also going to go into battle over the local rail service which has been particularly poor recently and is infuriating my commuting constituents.
I will be organising a digital access summit to ensure that the digital divide is closed and that rural areas in the South Downs have access to superfast, too.
I am looking forward to a summer of constituency events. Last Sunday I went on a sponsored walk in Arundel Park for the wonderful Snowdrop Trust, which provides at-home care for children with life threatening and terminal illnesses.
This weekend I will be attending a number of events including the 50th anniversary celebration of Brinsbury, the countryside campus of Chichester College, on Sunday.
13 May 2015
"I pledge to work hard for everyone in the constituency, to stand up for local people, and to be a strong voice at Westminster for your concerns"