Every month I hear from constituents about issues close to their hearts. Here I will try to summarise the issues that have generated a high volume of correspondence from constituents and my response so that you can keep up to date with my work in the constituency, as well as in Parliament. I hope you find this information helpful, and if you would like to get in touch about a particular matter, please send me an email.
The Bootle constituency community is committed, involved and passionate about issues that affect us in our “neck of the woods”, and more broadly, the country.Read more
- Peter Dowd MP passed on early Christmas greetings to postmen and women at Bootle & Seaforth Delivery Office
- Christmas is Royal Mail’s busiest time of the year and Peter Dowd MP saw the hard work and dedication of local postal workers to sort and deliver festive parcels, cards and letters
- The last recommended posting dates for Christmas are: Second Class – Tuesday 18 December, First Class- Thursday 20 December and Special Delivery - Saturday 22 December
UK Parliament Week is a UK-wide festival which takes place during a week in November aiming to engage people, especially young people, from different backgrounds and communities, with the UK Parliament and empower them to get involved.Read more
Movement to Work, a UK charity that has already enabled over 75,000 work placements which have helped reduce youth unemployment, asks businesses to consider all young people for Christmas jobs.Read more
- With winter just around the corner, local MP Peter Dowd is urging residents in Bootle to make sure their homes are winter ready
- British Gas Smart Energy Expert, Dean Daulby, shares his tips for households to keep a step ahead of the weather, after a record-breaking winter last year
Sefton Council's Labour Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Skills, Cllr Marion Atkinson and Bootle MP, Peter Dowd, recently visited two south Sefton businesses to hear of their development plans.
Peter Dowd MP, has backed local home-owners who feel ripped off by their leasehold contracts, calling for the Government to launch an inquiry into the scandal of mis-sold leasehold homes.Read more