Local Business Campaign

Anne has taken a keen interest in local business issues, and meets with local businesses as often as possible to discuss challenges facing them and maintain a real sense of the economic environment in the area.
She visits local businesses regularly and holds an annual business summit with St Albans Chamber of Commerce to allow her to discuss problems facing local businesses, and take stock of the situation. This has informed speeches and Parliamentary contributions on a number of subjects.

Press Releases

5th April 2017

Anne Main visits historic pub ‘Ye Olde Fighting Cocks’.

28th March 2017

Anne Main welcomes changes to the Neighbourhood Planning Bill that removes permitted development rights from pubs and raises concerns about the loss of office space in St Albans.

28th March 2017

Anne Main MP backs Bill protecting St Albans pubs.

15th March 2017

Anne Main welcomes the Chancellor’s announcement that there will not be an increase in Class 4 National Insurance Contributions (NICs).  

13th March 2017

Anne Main writes to Chancellor on National Insurance increases for self-employed.

8th March 2017

Anne Main MP ‘delighted’ by business rates relief for pubs.

6th March 2017

We must protect our local pubs, says Anne Main MP.

23rd March 2015

Anne Main welcomes business rates review

10th March 2015

Anne Main MP visits Oaklands College for National Apprenticeships Week.

27th February 2015

Anne Main MP speaks at Disability Confident event.


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