Welcome to my website.  I am delighted to be your Member of Parliament for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport.  Since I was elected in May 2010, this job has been the most rewarding experience of my life. I look forward to hearing about your views and issues.

Since I was elected in May 2010, I have campaigned tirelessly to improve Plymouth’s transport links.  The recent severe weather reinforced the point that with no airport, no motorway and a lack of modern infrastructure on our railways, Plymouth, along with the entire South West, is in

During my time as a Member of Parliament, I have been a staunch advocate of our Armed Forces. As citizens of Plymouth, we must not forget that Plymouth’s glorious maritime history is, in no short measure, thanks to the Royal Navy. It is because of this that I want to really commemorate Plymouth

Over the last four years, I have campaigned to fix Plymouth's roads and blocked drains drains.

As your local Member of Parliament, I have continued to call for more money to be put into our roads. The Government recently announced that the Department of Transport will have given Plymouth

I am writing following the recent public consultation on Sutton Harbour Holdings' plans to create a ‘boardwalk’ around Sutton Harbour.

Many of you may have attended the public consultation in order to make your views on the plans known. I know from the contact I have had with some local


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Colin wins a Pearson Teachers Award in 2014Oliver with Mr SpeakerLewis is a disabled rights campaigner, who came into the office to speak to Oliver about become an advocate.Oliver with the Conservative candidate for the Devon & Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner electionsMP Oliver Colvile visited the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth, today thursday 19 july 2012 to officially open the Moo Bar which uses a closed loop recycling system to create ice-cream  frozen yoghurt.

National Marine Aquarium leads the way with closed loop recycling 
The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth will take part in a revolutionary new environmental initiative this summer, as it becomes the first leisure attraction in the UK to use a closed loop recycling system for all food waste. 

From 1 July, all food waste generated by visitors and staff at the Aquarium will be collected and sent direct to nearby Langage Farm’s anaerobic digestion facility. Here, waste is broken down by bacteria, producing a natural gas used to power the farm’s generators, and an organic fertiliser used to enrich the soil on the farm. This produces lush grazing for Langage’s herd of cows, allowing them to continue to supply the Aquarium with ice cream and frozen yogurt on sale to visitors at the Aquarium’s Moo Bar.

Dr David Gibson, Managing Director of the National Marine Aquarium, said: “We are very proud to be part of this initiative, making our business more sustainable in line with one of our major aims – the understanding and management of human impact on the environment, whether that is out at sea or closer to home.”

Paul Winterton, General Manager at Langage Farm, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with the National Marine Aquarium. We are already well aware of the benefits of our closed loop system and it is exciting to welcome another local business to use it, especially a high profile leisure attraction – it just goes to show that all businesses can be made more sustainable in how they manage their waste.”