Local News

Tracey Welcomes Continued Fall in Unemployment for Chatham & Aylesford

The recent news that shows the number of people in Chatham & Aylesford claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance fell by 240 since last year has been welcomed by Tracey. This is a 15% drop and builds on a strong record which has seen over 1000 people in Chatham & Aylesford move into work since 2010.

Tracey Opposes Revised Lordswood Planning Application

Tracey has recently written to Maidstone Borough Council asking them to reject a revised planning application on the border of Lordswood for a housing development. Please see the attached letter for more information on the issue.

Tracey Opens New MHS Development

On Thursday 19 March 2015, Tracey joined over 45 guests and staff from mhs homes to celebrate the launch of Theatre Quarter, built on the site of the historic Theatre Royal auditorium. 

Tracey Supports FA Skills in Chatham

Tracey spent time at Luton Road Junior School on Thursday 19th March and supported students take part in an FA Skills session. 

Tracey Supports National Clear Up Day

Tracey is supporting the National clear up day on Saturday 21st March and is encouraging all constituents to back the campaign and get involved with local litter picks.


Tracey is warning residents of a telephone scam that has been reported in the Aylesford area and is targeting the bank accounts of elderly residents.