More noise protection on the M4

It is good news that the government is now considering more noise barriers along the M4 adjacent to Earley, Emmbrook, Sindlesham and Winnersh. This follows an extensive campaign by myself, by Wokingham Borough, and by Councillor Norman Jorgensen. It has also had cross party support from the Liberal democrats.
Our most recent interventions were Councillor Jorgensen’s attendance at the open Planning enquiry and my meeting with the Minister in the Commons.

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