Andrew Stunell has been the Liberal Democrat MP for Hazel Grove since 1997. He is married to Gillian and they have five grown up children, two of whom are adopted. Andrew and Gillian live in Romiley, in the centre of the constituency, and are both active members of Romiley Methodist Church. Andrew has held numerous roles during his political career, most recently he was parliamentary under-secretary of state in the Department for Communities & Local Government from May 2010-September 2012, and he was a member of the Liberal Democrat negotiating team which led to the formation of the present coalition government. Andrew’s interests include third world issues, sustainability and energy policy.
Theresa May’s speech on Brexit has done little to reassure construction that the government understands the industry’s concerns, says Andrew Stunell
Part B needs improvement to make sure modern homes are safe. A fire in my constituency, one of a series across the country, has demonstrated that more work is needed
Building’s Agenda 15 manifesto, launched this month, was drawn up after a year of consultation with its readers on what construction needs from the next government. Lib Dem Andrew Stunell is the first MP to respond to our policy blueprint
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