Who we are
A message from the Co-Chairs of the East of England APPG
“The all-party group is an important platform for developing a more joined-up approach to common issues across our region.
“In a complex environment of changing governance structures, it allows a more neutral space than the Commons’ chamber to discuss potential initiatives which better the lives of everybody in the East of England.”
Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge
“The East of England is a region bursting with potential and which contributes more than its fair share to the UK plc in terms of food production & agriculture, energy, life sciences and the tourism industry.
“The APPG is playing a vital role in ensuring that the East of England’s voice is better heard in Westminster.”
Peter Aldous, MP for Waveney
Daniel Zeichner MPCo-Chair
Peter Aldous MPCo-Chair
Rachel Hopkins MPVice-Chair
Gagan Mohindra MPVice-Chair
Jonathon Djanogly MPVice-Chair
Giles Watling MPVice-Chair
Baroness Janet CohenVice-Chair
Dr Dan Poulter MPTreasurer
Clive Lewis MPSecretary
Matt Hancock MPVice-Chair
Lord Alan HaselhurstVice-Chair
Andrew Rosindell MPVice-Chair
Rt Hon Priti Patel MPVice-Chair
Lord Stewart JacksonVice Chair
About our newest partner
The Centre for Public and Policy Engagement (CPPE) was established to support academic communities build partnerships with policymakers and the public so that research and education at the University of Essex can improve people’s lives. The CPPE brings together diverse public and policy engagement expertise across the university to address local, national and international challenges and maximize our impact on society, the economy and the environment. It supports the East of England APPG by drafting background research and briefing papers as well as contributing to the Group’s annual reports.
The East of England APPG is kindly supported by British Sugar, London Stansted Airport, the East of England LGA, AstraZeneca, Anglian Water, Cadent, Transport East, the UK Innovation Corridor, Freeport East, England’s Economic Heartland, CityFibre and BuildEast.
If you are interested in supporting the East of England APPG then please get in contact via [email protected]