Mark Field, MP for Cities of London and Westminster

See a plain English analysis of Mark Field’s voting record on issues like health, welfare, taxation and more, and get email alerts when they speak in Parliament.

Show street problem reports near SW1A 1AA

Find and report issues like potholes, broken street lighting, and flytipping near you, and sign up for email alerts when issues are reported in your area.

Contact your MP and local councillors at SW1A 1AA

Find out who represents you at the various levels of government, and easily send them a message about a topic that matters to you.

Contact

Report a street problem to your local council Start by entering the location of the problem Report a problem Write to your MP or local councillors Start by entering your postcode Find representatives Contact mySociety mySociety is the UK-based charity that runs the websites FixMyStreet, WhatDoTheyKnow, TheyWorkForYou, and WriteToThem. You can subscribe to one of…

Hello, is it me you’re searching for?

There’s a common theme to a lot of mySociety sites: enter your postcode, see something that relates to you. From FaxYourMP—the mySociety project so old it predates mySociety itself (paradox!)—through to TheyWorkForYou, FixMyStreet, and WriteToThem, as well as a few of our commercial projects like Mapumental and Better Care, we’ve discovered that asking for a…

Mapumental’s Secret Sauce: A Map Overlay Rendering Technology You Might Find Interesting

I am Duncan Parkes,  a developer for mySociety, a non-profit full of web geeks. One of the things we try to do well here is to take complicated data and turn it into really usable tools – tools which are attractive to people who aren’t web (or data) geeks. For some considerable time I’ve been…

New features on MaPit

We’ve added a variety of new features to our postcode and point administrative area database, MaPit, in the past month – new data (Super Output Areas and Crown dependency postcodes), new functionality (more geographic functions, council shortcuts, and JSONP callback), and most interestingly for most people, a way of browsing all the data on the…