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Arundel bail hostel
A proposal for a bail hostel in Arundel was defeated following strong objections from the local community.
Nick gave his full backing to local residents in their campaign to prevent the use of a property in Howard Road as accommodation for prisoners released early on tags or suspects remanded on bail.
The house was acquired by ClearSprings Ltd as part of a national scheme introduced by the Government to reduce overcrowding in prisons.
Around 200 local residents and councillors attended a meeting at Arundel Football Club to express their deep concern about the proposal.
Nick led a high-profile campaign in the local press and TV to raise awareness of the proposal and put pressure on ClearSprings and the Ministry of Justice to back down.
Nick argued that a quiet residential area in Arundel was a "totally unsuitable" place for a bail hostel and said the episode raised "very serious questions" about a policy which results in such hostels being opened without any consultation with the local community or their representatives.
Nick welcomed the climb-down from ClearSprings and said he was glad that they had "seen sense".
"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"