The combination of relatively low incomes and soaring property prices has left Pembrokeshire with a severe shortage of affordable housing, and means that many local families are unable to afford their own homes, and some are increasingly forced out of the county all together.
Keeping competitive in the 21st Century is vital if Pembrokeshire is to maintain its position as one of Wales’ preeminent areas for industry and tourism. That is why Paul has long campaigned to see the dualling of the A40 from St Clears to Haverfordwest and Fishguard.
Paul has actively campaigned for better broadband provision across Pembrokeshire since 2007. He is very much aware that a strong broadband service across Pembrokeshire is vital for local businesses and town regeneration.
As a largely rural constituency, the farming industry remains at the heart of the Pembrokeshire economy. The issues facing the agricultural industry – from TB and Foot-and-Mouth to unsustainable prices – are ones that Paul feels passionately about.
Commenting on the statement from the welsh Labour Government on the future of level 2 neonatal services in the Hywel Dda Health Board area in West Wales, Paul Davies, Assembly Member for Preseli Pembrokeshire, said:
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