Thank you for visiting my website. You can find out more about my work and activities on behalf of the people of Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth - both in Parliament and out and about in the constituency.
If you think I may be able to help you with a problem, or want to let me know your views on something, or just want to get in touch with me please do use the details on the Contact Jane page. You'll also find details of my MP's surgeries, held regularly in various locations around the area and of my Expenses claims.
I am honoured and delighted to be the Member of Parliament for this constituency and will always strive to serve the people of Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth in a practical and positive way.
'Diamond Jubilee' Footbridge gets planning permission
|Thursday 21 November 2013|
Jane Ellison MP has welcomed Hammersmith and Fulham Council's Planning Applications Committee (PAC)'s decision to give planning permission for the proposed 'Diamond Jubilee' foot and cycle bridge between Battersea and Fulham. [Read More]
Jane Ellison MP backs better access at Battersea Park station
|Tuesday 19 November 2013|
Battersea's MP Jane Ellison has written to the Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin, in support of Southern Rail's bid for funding to install a lift a Battersea Park station. [Read More]
Battersea MP urges Hammersmith & Fulham Council to support 'Jubilee' bridge plans
|Wednesday 13 November 2013|
Battersea's MP, Jane Ellison, made a submission in support of the proposed 'Jubilee' footbridge to Hammersmith & Fulham's Planning Applications Committee (PAC). The Committee is due to consider the bridge's planning application on 20 November. [Read More]
Asbestos danger from World War II gas masks
|Monday 4 November 2013|
Schools, history societies and individuals who own World War II gas masks are warned not to handle them or put them over their faces after tests show that asbestos fibres can be released and pose a health risk. [Read More]
Local MP's Autumn Term Schools' Newsletter now out
|Wednesday 23 October 2013|
The Newsletter has a section on how to get involved in student debates. These give young people in years 7-13 the chance to gain a fantastic insight into how Parliament works as they run their own debate in the Palace of Westminster. [Read More]