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  • MP calls meeting to discuss action on Southcote's rat infestation problem
    co ordinated approach to dealing with the rat infestation problem in Southcote which has affected properties in a number of roads in the area and I was pleased that during the meeting we were also able to discuss ways in which Reading Borough Council and Thames Water could co ordinate their work further Alok continued Work is still on going to establish the precise source and reasons for this infestation but I hope both the Council and Thames Water will have further results from their investigations in the coming days and I will be holding a further meeting with both organisations this week to discuss progress as I am keen that everyone keeps up their efforts to sort out this very serious problem Alok concluded I want to hear from any of my constituents who are being affected by rat infestation issues so we can work out the full extent of this problem and deal with it in a comprehensive and fully co ordinated manner Bob Collington Asset Management Director at Thames Water said We met last week with Reading Borough Council and we continue to assist the Environmental Health officers by baiting trapping and poisoning the rats that have

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  • Reading Futures Fair a success
    was open to pupils parents and teachers from schools across west Reading ran from 5pm to 8pm and was also well attended In order to make the event as interactive as possible various organisations participating in the Futures Fair ran practical advice sessions in smaller breakout rooms The exhibitors running seminars included AWE which delivered a seminar about the different applications of science through science based demonstrations Ernst Young which was giving job application tips Frontier which delivered a talk about the personal and social benefits of taking a gap year Versa and Thames Valley Regional Network which provided information about apprenticeships and Reading UK CIC which spoke about the local labour market and the growth industries in Reading Alok said The Futures Fair was a really great event and I hope we can make it into an annual fixture Like all the exhibitors at the fair today I am passionate about helping our young people achieve their potential and I think that good careers guidance as early as possible in a young person s life is vital I visit many schools in west Reading and I can say we have got a great set of young people in the town and we saw them here today they are motivated they are determined I would like to see events like the Reading Futures Fair replicated across the country so that students everywhere get the same opportunities as those provided to our pupils here in Reading West Nick Gibb said I think it s a very good initiative The more information young people have about the options available to them the better their decision making will be The Minister continued If you go round this fair today you see a lot of high quality companies whether it be Kier the big

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  • ‘Futures Fair’ student brochure launched
    industries in Reading advice and guidance for young people about the current climate and the skills employers are looking for Thames Valley Regional Network will be talking about apprenticeships how to get one finances involved and what careers they can lead to Zenos will be delivering a seminar to challenge the stereotypes around IT through a number of interactive activities that look at transferable skills and how they relate to the world of work Parliamentary Debate On Tuesday 13th September Alok also spoke about the forthcoming Futures Fair in Parliament during a debate on the careers service I want to talk about what is happening on my patch in Reading It is vital that not just schools but businesses have a key role in providing careers advice because at the end of the day they have an interest in interacting with their future employees It is vital that we do not forget that element As the Minister knows because he is opening it at the end of the month we have organised an interactive careers fair we have called it a futures fair open to all secondary schools in my constituency We have organised it with the educational charity Central Berkshire Education Business Partnership which I guess is the sort of external service provider that we are talking about I have long thought it important I am sure that other Members have too that we connect schools and business and that careers advice is not provided in isolation by schools and teachers The careers fair is also about ensuring that before the students arrive they know exactly what to expect and that afterwards there will be follow up sessions with teachers Hon Members talked about the need to involve families and parents There will be an opportunity after the school day for parents to come back with their kids and talk to businesses Further details on the Futures Fair The Futures Fair which will be held on Thursday 29th September at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre at the Madejski Stadium will be attended during the day by 1 200 local secondary school pupils from Blessed Hugh Faringdon Catholic School Denefield School John Madejski Academy Little Heath School Reading Girls School and Theale Green Community School The Futures Fair will be attended by pupils and teachers from the six participating schools between 9 30am and 3pm The evening session will run from 5pm to 8pm and will be open to pupils parents and teachers from the participating schools as well as pupils parents and teachers from schools across west Reading Parents of pupils will be encouraged to join the event in the evening as it is important that they have up to date knowledge when helping their children to choose their GCSE and A level subjects and their eventual career path With the aid of the Futures Fair brochure participating schools will be preparing their students prior to the event to ensure that they are able to gain the full benefits

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  • West Reading schools careers “Futures Fair” gathers pace
    coming weeks to take part and I really want to turn this into a flagship local careers event for our young people in Reading going forward Kelly Odell Futures Fair Project Manager at Central Berkshire Education Business Partnership said There has been an overwhelming response from local employers who want to showcase their industry and the career paths they can offer to the young people of Reading Amongst the employers already confirmed for this event we have commitment from Barclays Ernst Young First Great Western Investec Network Rail PepsiCo Tesco and Thales who all want to help young people find out more about their future careers options A number of local businesses which are participating have explained their motivation to get involved with the Futures Fair Liz Noble of Ernst Young said Speaking to us could be the start of a journey full of remarkable people places new ideas and rewards A great career in other words Of course this might feel like miles away but the truth is people who get the right knowledge and experience under their belts faster get into great careers John Redbond of Castle Vets in Reading said At Castle Vets we are committed to making our contribution to the Reading community and providing qualified veterinary staff to help educate young people on their options regarding a veterinary career is certainly one way we are helping to do this Lance Corporal Dennis of The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers REME said We are taking part in the event to promote and advertise the excellent career opportunities within the REME Technology is constantly changing and the Corps requires intelligent young soldiers who have the academic qualifications to learn the trades and the determination to complete basic training Denise York of Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service

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  • West Reading schools careers "Futures Fair" launched
    to have got this initiative off the ground and I want to thank all our sponsors for responding so enthusiastically and being so keen to support this Futures Fair CBEBP and I have already had meetings with local secondary schools to discuss the event and we will spend the coming weeks and months working with the schools to ensure that we have a careers fair which really delivers for our young people I hope we can use this year s Futures Fair to build towards a flagship annual Futures Fair event in Reading Beverley Graves joint managing director of CBEBP added Businesses have an important role to play in informing and supporting young people with decisions about their future careers We look forward to working with employees from a range of local national and international companies many of whom recently attended our local schools Their efforts will enable Reading students to be ready to work in an increasing competitive job market Mark Hopwood managing director at First Great Western commented First Great Western is delighted to be associated with such an important and prestigious project As a major employer in the area with a wide range of different opportunities for school leavers and graduates we welcome the chance to be involved It is great to see so many local businesses joining together with local Member of Parliament Alok Sharma to offer an event that will be of great benefit to young people in Reading and the surrounding area David Wilson of Network Rail said Network Rail is at the start of a project to transform Reading s railway and we want to use our presence in the town to inspire a generation of railway engineers for the 21st century It takes all kinds skills to run a railway from high

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  • Sharma welcomes planning decision on Underwood Road development
    Speaking after attending the planning meeting with local residents Alok said I applaud West Berkshire Council for their common sense approach in approving this application which will result in a development in keeping with the local area and finally restore a site which has been an eyesore for years I have had an opportunity to work on this issue with some of the local residents like Marius Hopley Elaine Rosier and Alan Jewell who have all campaigned so hard to deliver a development which makes sense for the local community and I take my hat off to them for their perseverance Alok continued One of the issues which some local residents have raised with me is the lack of a local shop and post office as part of the new development but Holybrook Parish Council Chairman Mary Bedwell and Deputy Chairman Claire Tull have been working incredibly hard to see if a community shop facility can be delivered Discussions are underway with key stakeholders and I have been very happy to provide support as the local MP where required Campaign Underwood Road Precinct Development Alok Sharma MP Reading West The Reading West constituency embraces parts of two local unitary authorities

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  • Early Christmas present for Underwood Road campaigners
    Christmas present to all local residents by rejecting this application The local residents campaign group who have worked so hard to present the case on behalf of the local community deserve special thanks I objected to this planning application on the grounds that the planned development would be completely out of keeping with the surrounding area and too dominant at up to 4 storeys high and dense and this has clearly been recognised by the planning committee Alok added Reference was made by members of the planning committee to emerging national planning policy under the Coalition Government and this is going to be absolutely key Localism is at the heart of the Government s agenda and the Localism Bill which has started its passage through Parliament has the underlying principle of delivering a radical shift in power from the central state to citizens and local communities The Bill will radically reform the planning system to give local people new rights to shape the development of the communities in which they live which is going to be very good news for all those who want a balance in development going forward Campaign Underwood Road Precinct Development Alok Sharma MP Reading West

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  • Social Media | Alok Sharma MP - Member of Parliament for Reading West
    exporting Helping residents with flooding issues Justice for John Morland and Kris Jarvis New secondary school in west Reading Oak Processionary Moth Outbreak in Pangbourne Pangbourne Business Rates Public meetings held with Thames Valley Police Safe road crossing on Dee Road Securing future for Circuit Lane Surgery Securing infrastructure fit for the 21st Century Sewage problems in Theale Supporting Heathrow Airport Tackling overcrowding on trains Tackling potholes in Reading West Past Campaigns Exporting for Growth Seminar Battle Health Petition Boosting primary school places in Reading Delivery of Purley Bund Flood alleviation for Keswick Close and Ogmore Close Flood alleviation for Kingsley Close in Whitley NatWest Branch Closure in Pangbourne No to Pincents Hill Development Number 33 Bus Route Number 33 Bus Route Survey Save the Bath Road Reservoir Campaign Southcote rat infestation The Reading Futures Fair Underwood Road Precinct Development Visitor Parking Permits Letters Gallery Contact Links Social Media facebook twitter rss Printer friendly version Sign up for my e newsletter Email Address First Name Last Name Postcode Tweets by AlokSharma RDG View Working for Reading West in a larger map Alok Sharma Alok Sharma MP Reading West The Reading West constituency embraces parts of two local unitary authorities Reading

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