Cllr David Mackintosh has welcomed the announcement of £1.4 billion new investment in Midlands infrastructure – dealing with problems on the roads and supporting jobs and growth.
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David Mackintosh will be out and about on Small Business Saturday (6 December) finding out more about some of the fantastic firms across Northampton.
Cllr David Mackintosh, Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Northampton South, has welcomed David Cameron’s speech on immigration, backing his plans to negotiate a cut to EU migration and make welfare reform an absolute requirement in renegotiation.
Cllr David Mackintosh has welcomed new figures showing that the number of private sector businesses in the East Midlands has increased by around 28,000 over the past four years.
International superstar and pop icon Jessie J is set to perform in the beautiful setting of Delapre Abbey on Saturday 18 July.
The first act announced for this year’s Alive @ Delapre open air concerts, Jessie J is continuing in the tradition of bringing some of the biggest names in music to Northampton.
Cllr David Mackintosh, Parliamentary candidate for Northampton South, helped launch the countdown to Christmas in Northampton with the annual festive lights switch-on at the Market Square.
Government support for the planned development of the University of Northampton has been welcomed by David Mackintosh, who hailed the campus as an ‘incredibly important’ part of the Enterprise Zone.
Christmas in Northampton will be bigger and better than ever, with the town preparing for next week’s big switch-on.
On November 20 the town will light up for Christmas with the annual switch-on in the Market Square. There will be a full programme of festive fun, including entertainment from Royal & Derngate panto star Joe Pasquale.
avid Mackintosh has hailed the return of Northampton’s popular fireworks night as ‘a massive success’ which brought the ‘feelgood factor’ back to the town.
avid Mackintosh has welcomed new figures showing that 1,077 fewer people in Northampton South are claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance than in 2010, a 38 per cent fall. This means more people in work, with the security of a regular pay packet and a better future ahead of them.