"Bath is a city that attracts people from across the world, not only to visit, but also to live and work. As residents, you quite rightly take the success of the city very seriously. I’ve always been incredibly impressed by our community spirit, where local people will band together and fight for issues that they believe in, and are affected by."
"Despite its beauty, Bath has serious problems. We are one of the worst cities for air pollution in the UK. Our streets grind to a halt every rush hour as our road system struggles to cope. Many people who grew up here, or who work here, can’t afford to live in the city. There’s a social housing waiting list of over 4000 people. We have a large homeless population. Our mental health and addiction services can’t cope. The list goes on. I care deeply about these problems, and was elected to work through them. We have the opportunity to make Bath a better place to live for everyone."
"In the news section below you can keep up to date on progress on my work tackling these issues in Bath, as well as what I am doing in parliament on your behalf."
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Wera Hobhouse visited Year 7 and 8 pupils at Oldfield School this week to hear about their progress as part of The Scholars Programme – a prestigious national scheme which gives school pupils an opportunity to experience university-style learning.
The Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee have released a report on the draft Tenant Fees Bill, and it's exactly what the Lib Dems have been calling for.
Points West featured another segment on upskirting, this time focusing on the Government's position.
The government has returned £817 million to the Treasury instead of spending it on affordable housing and starter homes. Wera wrote the following letter to Sajid Javid to ask why...
Wera Hobhouse was one of several MPs and MEPs from across the political spectrum headlining the South West March & Rally in Exeter on Saturday 24th March.
Bath’s Liberal Democrat MP, Wera Hobhouse, has congratulated the Project Rugby community programme for its success in reaching out to disabled groups, who are traditionally under-represented in rugby union.
An overwhelming majority of the British public support Gina Martin’s campaign and Wera Hobhouse’s bill to make upskiting a specific criminal offence.
Year 5 pupils at Widcombe Junior School have given MP Wera Hobhouse suggestions about how traffic and pollution can be tackled in Bath.