Mark Chapman's contract with local people
April 25, 2010 9:35 AM
Mark Chapman - committed to working for Spelthorne and being a visible and local MP
Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate Mark Chapman has set out his commitments to constituents in the form of a contract that you will be able to hold him to. In this Mark makes it very clear that he wants to be a local MP working hard for everyone in Spelthorne.
I will put local people first. I will be there to help, listen to your concerns and stand up for our community. I will:
- have an office in the constituency open at least 5 days a week
- hold regular surgeries in easily accessible places
- ask you every year to complete a survey about what matters to you and report back on what I am doing
- live in the constituency I represent and commute along with other local residents
I will make sure your voice is heard - locally and at Westminster. I will be a strong voice for Spelthorne. I will:
- fight to protect frontline health services and increase the number of police on our streets
- work to help residents and local businesses through the recession
- campaign against a third runway at Heathrow airport and work to protect our countryside from over-development
- meet regularly with local service providers like the police, health services and residents' groups
I will be open and honest about all expenses incurred in representing you. I will:
- publish details on my personal website
- not claim a 2nd home allowance and commute to work like other local residents
- answer questions you may have about them promptly
- not profit personally from the use of expenses
- pay taxes in the United Kingdom
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