July Round-Up

2nd July: Meeting with delegation of Committee Chairmen from Sri Lanka

Matthew slams go-ahead for Pentavia development

Matthew has slammed the decision by the Mayor of London to allow the construction of 844 homes on the former Pentavia Retail Park site between the A1 and the M1 in Mill Hill.

Matthew welcomes new era for UK

Matthew has warmly welcomed Boris Johnson as the new leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Boris is a well-known and popular figure in the Hendon constituency where, as Mayor of London, he visited Edgware, Burnt Oak and Mill Hill as well as Hendon. 

Matthew champions reforms for leaseholders

During a debate on Leasehold Reform in the House of Commons, Matthew took the opportunity to raise the concerns of many of his constituents regarding issues with leaseholds, freeholds, escalating ground rents and service charges.

June Round-Up

3rd June: Speaking out against Al Quds Day

I spoke out at a demonstration against the Al Quds Day rally. 

7th June: Discussions on UK-Cypriot relations post-Brexit

Matthew welcomes symbolic rebirth of West Hendon at new temple

Matthew was delighted to visit the Sri Jeya Veera Hanuman Temple as it moved to a new address in West Hendon Broadway. This was to witness the Kumbabishegam of the Hanuman deity, a ritual that seeks to homogenize, synergize and unite the mystic powers.

Matthew enjoys 2019 Maccabi GB Fun Run

Matthew joined over 7,000 people who took part in the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run at Allianz Park to raise funds for charities and schools.

Matthew takes action on climate change

Matthew met with constituents who took part in The Time Is Now climate change lobby of Parliament. Speaking with several residents he outlined the actions being taken by the Government in addressing this vitally important issue.