Strong Infrastructure

As our towns and villages continue to grow, particularly with the Elstree Way Corridor and a new Local Plan being developed, we must get the infrastructure to go with it.  

In addition to education and transport, I continue to campaign for improved local medical facilities, such as a new health hub in Borehamwood, maintaining Potters Bar Hospital, and re-developing key hospitals serving Bushey and Radlett. 

During discussions about a new Local Plan, I emphasised the importance of providing infrastructure to go with any new houses and prevent strain on existing services.  

I continue to work with local and national governments to ensure we have the infrastructure in place to serve our growing community. 


Oliver Secures Commitment to the Future of Potters Bar Hospital

In a meeting with Herts Valley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the NHS body responsible for commissioning health services in Hertsmere, Oliver Dowden, Member of Parliament for Hertsmere, has secured a commitment that Potters Bar Community Hospital will be remaining open.

Oliver backs local pharmacies in Parliament

Oliver Dowden, Member of Parliament for Hertsmere, last week voiced his support for the immense community value provided by local pharmacies. He followed the speech with a visit to the Crown Pharmacy in Shenley.