24 MAR 2017

Signal Boost for EE Customers

Good news for EE customers. The mobile phone operator has confirmed this week that they have completed various 4G upgrades throughout Suffolk Coastal including in Pettistree, Trimley St Martin, Saxmundham, Aldeburgh, Woodbridge, Halesworth, Frostenden and three further sites around Felixstowe.

The have also improved 4G along some of the major roads, including the A14 (two upgrades on the section going east out of Ipswich), A114, A1152 (around Rendlesham), three upgrades on the A12, the B1119, the B1387, the B1123 and the A1094.

Therese said; "Mobile phone signal has been raised a lot less frequently with me in recent years as our communications infrastructure improves but there is still more to do to eradicate our not-spots."


14 MAR 2017

Therese Welcomes WI to Parliament

Therese was delighted to welcome the Walberswick branch of the Women's Institute and guests to Parliament, on Budget Day, last week. They enjoyed a tour of the Palace of Westminster and were able to watch the proceedings in the House of Commons from the public gallery. If you would like to visit Parliament for a tour then contact Therese via therese.coffey.mp@parliament.uk


07 MAR 2017

Therese Addresses SCAR AGM

Therese addressed the Suffolk Coast Against Retreat (SCAR) AGM on Saturday at the kind invitation of Chairman, GrahamHenderson.

Therese said: "SCAR do fantastic job in bringing together local action groups in the common pursuit of protecting our coastline. As Minister for coastal erosion, it gave me a good opportunity to set out what the Government has been doing to assist Suffolk communities to protect themselves from the power of the sea."

She added: "SCAR rightly have concerns about the lack of information from EDF on the proposed jetty for Sizewell C, an issue mirrored in my own stage 2 consultation response. It is essential EDF provide information on whether the jetty will impact coastal defences and if it does, how they will mitigate that."

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