How Can I Help You Or Your Family?
Since the New Year I have been holding a weekly surgery to meet face-to-face with constituents. These normally take place on a Saturday morning. Due to the restrictions currently in place I am unable to hold surgeries, but that doesn't mean I'm unable to help. I am always interested to hear what people in Great Grimsby are concerned about and try to help them with problems that they may have, if I can.
If you have an urgent problem, such as eviction, benefits, housing, enforcement, passports, debts, repatriation etc, please call for a telephone appointment. My helpful office team will also be able to help you five days a week and can get matters moving straight away, so you don't have to wait.
Please use the contact link if you can, as having the complaint or problem in writing helps me to comply with data protection rules and reduces the chances of misunderstandings on our part. Some Government departments need written authorisation before we can deal with them on your behalf. You can also call 01472 426470 to speak to us, or book a telephone appointment with me if you think I can help you.
When it comes to local issues, such as litter bin collections, planning, anti-social behaviour, local social services provision or housing, contacting your local councillor is generally your best route to try first, although I am happy to try and help you and your local councillors with these issues if I can.
If I am unable to help you I will try to direct you to someone who can.
Please note: The strict parliamentary rules in place means that Lia can only assist people who live in the Great Grimsby constituency. If you are unsure who your MP is, please visit the 'Write To Them' website and insert your postcode. The website will tell you who your local councillors are and who your MP is.