MP Presses Post Office To Provide Better Services

"Putney is overdue a modern, well-equipped Post Office"

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Justine Greening, MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields, met with Post Office representatives and Thamesfield Councillor Jim Maddan earlier this year to press the Post Office to provide better facilities that are also more business friendly to help our small businesses.

Justine said:
“Because of the service problems, especially long queuing at the current site, I believe Putney is overdue a modern, well-equipped Post Office and this new Post Office and location could provide a service that meets the need of local residents and businesses.”

“I will be writing to the Post Office directly but if you would like to copy me into any correspondence, I will make sure these are included with my response. “

If you have any comments or suggestions about the Post Office’s proposals you can contact Justine by writing to Justine Greening MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA or by email at

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September 7, 2012