In recent years there has been an increase in activities to promote our City to visitors. However, I feel that Carlisle has so much to offer to tourists, there is still huge potential to promote the city further. If we expand tourism, this will have a direct benefit on many of our local businesses...
The Office is calling on a wide range of taxpayers to express their views on the areas under enquiry. Carlisle MP John Stevenson welcomes the opportunity for constituents and small businesses to put forward their opinions. He has also written to local accountancy firms...
John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle welcomes the support from Carlisle City Council Executive to reduce the number of councillors on Cumbria County Council to 65 elected representatives. John has previously suggested to the Boundary Commission that 65 councillors is ample...
John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle is calling on both the Carlisle City Council and Cumbria County Council for them to leave the Local Government Association (LGA). Currently both councils are members of the LGA. Carlisle City Council pays £12,720 subscription fee, whilst Cumbria County Council pays £66,228.
Local MP John Stevenson will be presenting equipment to local Schools as part of the Tesco for Schools and Clubs scheme at the Rosehill store in Carlisle on 19th November. John believes such schemes help bridge the gap between the corporate world and the areas in which they operate...
John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle, will be talking to members of the Cumbria Chamber of Commerce about local business and enterprise at a lunch on Friday 12th November. The event is an opportunity for John to engage with local businesses and to keep local business informed...
MP for Carlisle John Stevenson will be attending the Remembrance Day Service on 14th November at Carlisle Cathedral, and laying a wreath at the Town Hall Square to commemorate the sacrifices of the British Armed Forces.
The Cumberland Infirmary was the first hospital to be built with PFI funding and was opened in 2000 by Tony Blair. John believes that the contract negotiated was not in the Hospital’s favour, and that a national rebate on all the PFI deals would mean savings for the financially troubled Infirmary.
Local MP John Stevenson is keen to publicise the support which is on offer to businesses in and around Carlisle to offer apprenticeship schemes in a bid to increase the number of apprenticeships offered in his constituency as part of a national incentive.
John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle, will be holding a surgery by appointment for any of his constituents who have a Child Support Agency (CSA) related issue on 7th January. A representative from the CSA will be present at the surgery to answer queries and issues which constituents may have.
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