TOGETHER WE CAMPAIGN FOR THE CHANGE WE WANT TO SEE IN OUR COMMUNITY

Our Current Campaigns

Campaign for diesel production

 Dagenham Diesel Centre produces 1 million engines annually and it employs 3,000 workers or contractors. It's at risk because of changes to the Government's approach to diesel. Clean diesel engines are the way forward and the Government needs to give its backing.

Battling Mini Moto Yobs

The scooter gang problem is escalating and the current 'no pursuit' policy just isn't going to allow the police to crackdown on these villains. My petition which only launched a few days ago already has well over 1,000 signatures. These gangs are an epidemic and this is one of the stand out issues... READ MORE

Fighting to save the A&E

You will know how long we have been fighting against proposals to close the A&E at King George Hospital in Goodmayes. We've been fighting for over 6 years. And if health bosses think we are losing heart then they had better think again. We're still here and we're still fighting. You may already... READ MORE

Protect Rainham's Air

At the end of 2018 I discovered proposals to build a mass waste incineration plant in Belvedere. Right on the banks of the Thames opposite Rainham.I am vehemently opposed to these plans. 

I’m also incredibly concerned about the impact this development would have on air quality in Rainham and South Hornchurch; across the marshes, the village and all across the London Riverside Opportunity Area.

The Greater London Authority have said ‘incineration of solid waste can lead to emissions that are detrimental to human health and biodiversity.’ And that ‘these impacts would be widespread across Rainham.’

I don’t want the quality of life in the south of my constituency marred by poor air as a result of a Tory approved waste incineration plant.

If you feel the same, sign my petition against the proposal on my website: https://joncruddas.org.uk/belvedere-incinerator-petition

Signatures so far: 1939

Calling Time on Crime

Jon Cruddas MP has launched a campaign Calling Time on Crime.

This campaign comes as a response to rising violent crime across Dagenham and Rainham over the past 12 months. The Mayor of London is doing what he can to support the Met Police, but ultimately it is just a drop in the ocean compared to over £700m worth of Government cuts which have left us with 21,000 fewer police officers since 2010. We’re urging residents to sign Jon’s petition demanding that the government step up and give our police the support they need to keep our streets safe. Jon will be taking this petition to the Home Secretary when it hits 5,000. You can fill out his survey and sign the petition by clicking HERE

Signatures so far: 5094

I fear for my grandchildren when they are out. Lynne
Lack of overt police patrols have allowed criminals to act with impunity. David
More police, it is now terrifying for us residents. Tina
We are not safe to walk during both day and night. Peter
To have cars stolen at 9.30 am broad daylight beggars belief. Albert
It seems that there is no connection between the current government and the people like us. Julie
I have a son and I’m worried about him going school and local shops on his own is a worry. Behiye
I was burgled 3 times. Twice my vehicle and once my house. Leila.
More police on the streets must be a priority. Barry
I feel very frightened to walk down from Heath way station to my home. Mercy
9 years ago when you see the Community Police Officers on every corner of the borough. Sonny
Its on the increase on a daily basis and had to be tackled now. Kenny.
More visible police presence in known blackspots would deter those involved. Pauline
Im even looking around me when Im out doing the day. Karen.
We constantly seem to hear about burglaries and car thefts around. Alal
Crime has gone up because they know the chances of being caught are very slim. Terry.
My 17 year old son has been attacked twice. Toni.
More police on the beat not the odd car passing through every couple of hours. Kelly

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Our Successes

Police Station
Saved
On Wednesday 1st November 2017 On Wednesday 1st November 2017 after a three month campaign led by Jon Cruddas MP, and supported by the council, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime has announced that Dagenham police station has been saved.  This was an another example of people power winning... READ MORE
Prison
Stopped
In the last seven years there have been two proposals to build a ‘super-prison’ in Dagenham & Rainham, and both times the community mobilised and knocked the plans back. In 2009 15,000 residents signed a petition against the proposals to build a 1,500 capacity prison at the Beam Park site... READ MORE
Civic Centre
Saved
After eighteen months of campaigning, which included a survey to all 30,000 households in Dagenham, over 4,000 petition signatures, 33 video testimonies from members of the public, and a candle lit vigil which attracted over 400 local residents – the future of the iconic Dagenham Civic Centre was... READ MORE

Latest Dagenham News

 This week Jon Cruddas MP for Dagenham and Rainham has co-signed a letter to the Chief Executive of Barclays Bank, urging them to rethink a recent... read more
 The total number of unemployed claimants in Dagenham and Rainham constituency in September 2019 was 2,525. This represents a rate of 4.6% of the... read more
 This week the public consultation on plans to expand London City Airport come to a close. Over the last few weeks Jon Cruddas MP has been contacted... read more

Latest Rainham News

 This week Jon Cruddas MP for Dagenham and Rainham has co-signed a letter to the Chief Executive of Barclays Bank, urging them to rethink a recent... read more
 The total number of unemployed claimants in Dagenham and Rainham constituency in September 2019 was 2,525. This represents a rate of 4.6% of the... read more
 This week the public consultation on plans to expand London City Airport come to a close. Over the last few weeks Jon Cruddas MP has been contacted... read more