Minister applauds CPF for shaping Government policy
"Invaluable" input on Housing White Paper
Through the CPF, Conservative Party members made a real contribution to the Government’s White Paper on housing, published earlier this week. The Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has written to thank the CPF for its input, through our national policy discussion and later roundtable on the subject, acknowledging that some of the ideas in the White Paper "came about as a direct result of the efforts of the CPF."
Sajid concludes his letter, which you can download and read in full via our website, “The contributions of the CPF are an invaluable addition to [the] debate … The dedicated work of the CPF and its members is a real asset to us in Government that is greatly appreciated … I look forward to the future contributions the CPF will make as we continue to demonstrate that it is the Conservative Party that is coming up with the answers to the challenges working people in Britain face.”
The Prime Minister Theresa May has also sent her support of the CPF, writing,“The CPF plays a key role in ensuring that Party members have the opportunity to help shape Government Policy. We need to make the most of all of the talent that exists within our Party, and harness our members’ enthusiasm.”
These remarks highlight how together, through the CPF, members of the Party are directly influencing the policies that shape our lives and communities. Ministers want our input and recognise the benefit of hearing the ideas, experiences and lessons learned by those living and working at the heart of the nation’s diverse communities.
Phone your Association office TODAY to book your place at the next CPF meeting. Make sure you are part of the team influencing our Party's direction.
Hannah David, Voluntary Director, and the CPF team.
P.S. If you have not done so already, download our current discussion paper on the cost of living and watch out for next month’s paper on adult social care.