Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, visited Kirkfield Estate in Withernsea to listen to peoples’ concerns.
Standing on the Green between Whitethorn Avenue and Cherry Tree Avenue, Graham spoke to people living in Withernsea about their views and concerns. They raised several points including the need to address the issue of fly tipping and the importance of ensuring high quality infrastructure is in place to meet the demands of any future new housing developments.
Graham was accompanied by South East Holderness Ward Councillors, Lyn Healing and Sean McMaster, and Sergeant Mike McLaughlin from Humberside Police.
South East Holderness Ward Councillors Lyn Healing and Sean McMaster said: “We enjoyed having a walkabout on the Kirkfield estate meeting up with residents and having a chat and listening to their concerns.
“We have discussed rolling this informal walkabout further a field in the future and we know residents really appreciated having their chance to speak to us face to face on their estate with no formality.
“If you see us out and about in the future come and have a chat about anything you feel we can help with or just to say hi.”
Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart said: “It is so important that, as your MP, I hear your views and concerns. This is why it was great to meet people on Kirkfield Estate and listen to their thoughts on changes in Withernsea and how we can make the town a better place for everyone living there.”