Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

24 JAN 2017

MP meets WinACC in Parliament

Steve Brine met up with WinACC Chair Tony Stoller in Parliament on Tuesday 24th January.

They discussed a range of issues, including WinACC's plans for the coming year, the impact of Brexit on environmental regulations in the UK and the prospects for renewable energy and carbon reduction projects.

They also spoke about current concerns over air pollution, as well as discussing the challenge of retrofitting current housing stock, as well as the various transport issues across the city.

Steve Brine said: "I always enjoy catching up with Tony. It was great to be able to chat about these important issues here in Parliament, and my future work with them depending on the direction they take going forward."

Pictured; Steve Brine and Tony Stoler on the House of Commons terrace

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