• Stephen Hammond MP
  • Stephen Hammond MP
  • Stephen Hammond MP
  • Stephen Hammond MP
  • Stephen Hammond MP
  • Stephen Hammond MP

Welcome to the website of Stephen Hammond

Stephen Hammond MPHello, I am the MP for Wimbledon. Since being elected in May 2005 I have been working hard to represent the interests of my constituents in Parliament. I hope this website will give you a good idea of what I have been up to, both in Wimbledon and in Westminster.

Amongst other things you will find information about local campaigns, some interesting facts about the constituency, and a ‘Have Your Say’ page where you can post your comments or ideas. Also listed are my contact details and links to other websites which you may find useful.

I hold surgeries every fortnight in the constituency. These are a chance for my constituents to come and see me and I will do all I can to help them. Appointments are by prior arrangement only so please call my parliamentary office on 0207 219 1029 to enquire about availability and to book an appointment.

If your problem is very urgent you should telephone my Westminster office on 020 7219 1029. However, issues such as immigration and housing can be more quickly dealt with via the contact form on this website or via letter.

I look forward to meeting or hearing from you.

Best wishes,

Updates from Stephen Hammond MP

Member of Parliament for Wimbledon

Recent blog posts

Wimbledon Stadium / Plough Lane - Planning Application and Public Meeting

Last week, I again met with Galliard Homes and AFC Wimbledon. I raised a number of local concerns about transport, high density and the flooding risk. I have also written to the Environment Agency and have asked them what calculations they intend to undertake and what measures they will instigate to mitigate any flooding risk.

I await responses to my questions and will report further as I receive them.

Hello and welcome to my first constituency community email of 2015. I hope that you have had a pleasant start to the year.

View from Parliament

The tragic events in Paris were inexcusable acts of inhumanity that should be condemned globally. The House of Commons has been debating the Serious Crime Bill, which has clauses within it to deal with those who try to return to the UK after fighting for terrorist groups abroad. The Bill also covers cyber-crime offences and I made a personal speech in the Commons about the effects of cyber-crime on our economy.

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