Improve local roads

Our local transport system is getting the improvements it needs for people to get to and from work, see loved ones and spend locally. So far, you will have seen that £4.5 million has been invested into building a new link road between the M181 and Scotter Road, easing congestion on Berkeley Circle. The work on the southern junction on the M181 and subsequent connection to Burringham road is expected to commence in autumn later this year, and the second roundabout should be underway as scheduled in early 2023 as well.

I continue to campaign for improvements to the A15 to improve safety. In addition, I continue to raise residents' experiences on public transport services so that the authorities are aware of the work that is needed.


New installation of a zebra crossing on Rowland Road

Ensuring our area is safe for pedestrians is so important. This is why it was so great to see the completed installation of a new zebra crossing on Rowland Road. This is something that has been raised previously and North Lincs Council have listened to resident’s concerns.

Update on the proposed closure of Doncaster Sheffield Airport

I have been contacted by a number of constituents recently regarding the proposed closure of Doncaster Sheffield Airport. I am really disappointed that this is being proposed, given its importance to us here in Scunthorpe for both jobs and connectivity.

£900k from Government to improve JustGo! Bus Services

Having worked with local representatives and North Lincs Council, I'm pleased to say that we have received £912,232 from the Government's Rural Mobility Fund to improve our local JustGo North Lincs on-demand bus service.

Major Roadworks set to begin on local Motorways and A-Roads

There is some upcoming essential maintenance work on the M180/M181/A180/A160. Parts of the motorways will be resurfaced, with markings and studs added as well as some work done on the bridge carrying Woad Lane over the A180.

Meeting with Jake Berry, Northern Powerhouse Minister

Today I met with the Northern Powerhouse Minister, Jake Berry to discuss projects and opportunities that will help improve Scunthorpe. I stressed how important our steelworks jobs are locally, and highlighted the real need for improvement to the A15.