Luton is my home - I love it here and am proud to represent our diverse and vibrant town in Parliament Sarah Owen MP
Who I am
I am the elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Luton North, a constituency covering the neighbourhoods of Limbury, Lewsey, Leagrave, Sundon Park, Marsh Farm and Bramingham. From the next general election onward I will also represent Stopsley. I was elected in the December 2019 General Election and have worked hard to represent our town ever since.
What I do
It is my job to represent my constituents at a national level and represent their concerns in Parliament. I make speeches in the House of Commons Chamber, write questions to Ministers and attend meetings everyday with a hugely diverse number of people from across the country. I also vote on new laws, which in Parliament is done by physically attending either the ‘yes’ or ‘no’ lobby. You can find a record of my votes here. In addition to this, myself and my team are also able to assist with a multitude of other issues such as housing, immigration and asylum and benefits – also known as ‘casework’, see here for more information.
You can also write to me if you would like to share your thoughts on a particular local or national issue that you feel strongly about. Though we receive a large amount of correspondence every day, myself and my team read every email we receive and endeavour to respond in a timely fashion.
Due to a strict Parliamentary protocol I can only assist or make representations on behalf of Luton North constituents.
How to get in touch
Click here for information on getting in contact with me and my team. We look forward to hearing from you.