Welcome to my website. As Kingston and Surbiton's MP, I represent all local people, no matter which party you support. I hope this site has the information you want – and more.

If you want to meet or contact me, all the details are here, from my twice weekly advice sessions to my address, email and telephone numbers. Please contact me if you need my help - or if you want to help me with my local and national campaigns.

 

Rt Hon Edward Davey, MP for Kingston & Surbiton and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

 

** Please note that we have one main line for all calls to the Constituency Office - 020 8288 0161 - all previous phone numbers are no longer in use **

 

Students in Borough schools quiz Edward Davey on climate change

The Surrey Comet covered Edward Davey's visit to Richard Challenor School, which hosted the "Kingston-under-Thames 2114" event during National Climate Week.

Davey welcomes extra funding for Kingston Hospital's "superb maternity services"

Kingston Hospital has been awarded extra funding to develop new maternity services where there are complications and where women are particularly vulnerable.

£700 tax cut promised, £800 delivered

The Budget has confirmed victory for the Liberal Democrats in our campaign to deliver an £800 tax cut for people on low and middle incomes.

Excellent result in Tesco campaign!

Tesco has announced that it no longer wishes to build a supermarket on the large site at Tolworth. Instead it will submit plans for housing for the whole site.

Edward Davey on Daily Politics: UKIP 'basically lie to people' on immigration

In this discussion on BBC Daily Politics, Edward Davey claimed that UKIP "basically lie to people":

"On Bond, MI6 and tackling climate change with Labour"

According to an interview in the Evening Standard, not only was Edward Davey invited to join MI6 as a young man (he declined), but the roof of his Department of Energy and Climate Change was used in the latest James Bond film 'Skyfall'.

Tesco withdraws Tolworth application – what next?

The news that Tesco has withdrawn its planning application to build a large supermarket by Tolworth roundabout has inevitably led to the question – so what happens now?

Ed Davey supports charity's fuel poverty campaign

Ed Davey MP, for Kingston and Surbiton, and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has pledged his support for ‘Mind the Gap’, a campaign aiming to raise awareness of the help available for people affected by fuel poverty.

The campaign, run by the national charity Turn2us, is focusing on the growing gap between household incomes and the cost of energy bills, and is highlighting the support available to those who are struggling to pay their energy costs.

Energy Divided? Building Stability in Energy Policy

This is text of the speech I gave to the Institute for Public Policy Research on Thursday 13th February:

It’s a great pleasure to be here at the IPPR.

Since your formation in 1988, you have been at the heart of progressive policy making.

Gas profits

My post in Lib Dem Voice

Last year I asked Ofgem, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) & the new Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to start producing annual competition assessments which will look at the way energy companies operate in detail.  They will also set out any actions they deem necessary.

Davey welcomes funding for new school places in Surbiton

Surbiton MP Edward Davey has welcomed the announcement by Liberal Democrat-run Kingston Council that there is funding to secure 60 extra school places a year in two of the borough's popular schools.

£2.9M is proposed to extend both Maple Infant School and St Andrew's and St Mark's Church of England Junior School by a form entry each - 30 new places for each school each year.

Davey welcomes Chessington Post Office refurbishment

Edward Davey MP has welcomed the news that the Post Office which is located on North Parade, Chessington will be refurbished between 10th and 17th February 2014.

Once reopened, Chessington Post Office will follow a similar lay out to the ones in Kingston and Surbiton, which were refurbished in 2013.  For customers this will mean:

Campaign success, campaign update

Surbiton Post Office Modernisation and Surbiton station rezoning

In wishing everyone a “Happy New Year”, I’d like to update you on two of my long running local campaigns. From improving the service at local post offices to rezoning Kingston and Surbiton train stations, I think 2014 will be an interesting and critical year.

MP Ed Davey visits New Malden Post Office at Christmas

Ed Davey, MP for New Malden, today (23 December) visited the team at New Malden Post Office to see how preparations are going in the build-up to Christmas – the busiest time of year for Post Office branches across the UK.

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Local filmmaker Claude Green followed Edward for a year to show the variety of an MPs constituency work. See the trailer here.