East Anglia Infrastructure

11th February 2020

It isn’t just the North that needs levelling-up. Marginalised areas of rural and coastal poverty in the East need investment too. To achieve this, the East will need to speak with one voice.

That’s why, following last week’s highly productive East Anglian Infrastructure Summit in Westminster (see more here), I was delighted to join fellow Norfolk parliamentary colleagues in meeting with the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, ahead of the forthcoming Budget on March 11th.

Together, we discussed with the Chancellor our region’s infrastructure priorities – emphasising the huge economic benefits that could be generated if these priorities are delivered. We have since written a joint letter to him to reiterate those points and, rest assured, I will continue to work tirelessly to ensure that Norfolk’s voice is heard.

To learn more about our meeting with the Chancellor, as well as our subsequent letter, please do have a look at the recent EDP article here.

George Freeman and fellow Norfolk MPs meet with Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid

 

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