Supporting Jobs and Businesses in Stourbridge

My priority for Stourbridge is jobs, investment, and upskilling.

Private sector innovation is the key to a strong economy and delivering prosperity for working people. Local businesses are important engines that drive economic growth and employ hundreds of local people. That is why it is important that the Government does it all can to foster a climate where businesses can thrive as we recover from the global pandemic.

I will always champion local businesses and investment in Stourbridge and work to ensure that local people have the skills they need to get well-paid jobs.

You can keep up to date on my visits to local businesses and my work championing investment and jobs in Parliament on this page. 


Supporting Exporters in Stourbridge

Today I asked the Minister for Exports what steps the Government is taking to support UK manufacturing exports. 

Suzanne Webb MP

Visit to Elements Training & Assessment Centre

It was great to visit a local training centre that is helping to qualify the next generation of gas, plumbing and heating engineers by offering various skills training courses and qualifications.

Visit to Lye and Printworks Brewery

I met with West Midlands Mayor Andy Street in Lye and caught up with Councillor Dave Borley and local campaigner Lisa Clinton about the regeneration plans for the historic town.

UK's Nuclear Energy Industry

I was delighted to speak in support of the UK’s nuclear energy industry and the opportunities it will bring for local industry in Stourbridge.

Supporting Local Pubs and Breweries


I was delighted to support a local brewery and pub at an event in Westminster today celebrating the best of British beer. 

Business Breakfast


My priority for Stourbridge is jobs and investment. 

That is why I held a breakfast meeting with some of Stourbridge's biggest employers ahead of the Chancellor's Spring Statement to hear views and concerns about the present economic climate.

Visit to Pegasus in Lye with Mayor Andy Street

I visited a Lye-based waste recycling company with the West Midlands Mayor Andy Street that is a UK-first processing centre to clean up contaminated soil from Brownfield sites.

Government Support for Businesses during COVID-19

Time and again, I and other Members on the Conservative Benches have risen to oppose motions such as this from an Opposition who believe £407 billion in support throughout the pandemic has not been enough.

Women in STEM Jobs

I asked the Minister at Women and Equalities Questions what steps he is taking to increase the number of women and girls (a) studying and (b) employed in STEM subjects and jobs.