Stoke-on-Trent MP Jack Brereton is to meet with the Environment agency to deal with the ongoing problems of the smell at Walley's Quarry, which is affecting homes across Newcastle and Stoke-on-Trent.
Newcastle-under-Lyme MP Aaron Bell, whose constituency the quarry is in, is working with the local authority and residents to mitigate the smell, which has been raised by constituents as far away from the site as Hanford and Lightwood.
Jack will also use to opportunity to continue to raise concerns about the Potteries Demolition site in Fenton. This site has continued to cause significant dust for neighbours and dirt on local roads. It is essential further action is taken to improve the situation for residents living near the site and ensure the impacts are properly mitigated.