About Peter Aldous

Peter Aldous MP with Energy Minister Claire Perry MP on her visit to Lowestoft

Peter Aldous is the Member of Parliament for the Waveney constituency in North Suffolk and has been the MP since being elected in the 2010 General Election.

In Parliament Peter’s work has focused on energy policy, the future of the East Anglian fishing industry, support for small businesses, housing and local infrastructure projects. He has brought forward reforms to the park homes sector through the Mobile Homes Act to help protect often vulnerable and elderly residents. Peter’s constituency takes in the coastal town of Lowestoft, the most easterly point of the United Kingdom where urban regeneration is a key issue.

Peter was first elected as a councillor to Waveney District Council in 1999, serving until 2002. He was a member of Suffolk County Council between 2001 and 2005 and was Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group from 2002 until 2005.

Peter Aldous was born in Ipswich and has lived in North Suffolk most of his life. Before entering Parliament, he helped look after the family pig and arable farm outside Halesworth and worked as a Chartered Surveyor in Norwich and Ipswich.

Peter relaxes by following most sports and has been an Ipswich Town season ticket holder for many years. A keen squash player, when not working he looks to be on court most evenings at the Beccles Sports Centre

The Renaissance of East Anglian Fisheries

Construction (Retention Deposit Schemes) Bill

Construction (Retention Deposit Schemes) Bill


Peter holds regular surgeries at various locations in the constituency. Please call 01502 586568 to make an appointment.

Next Surgery: 

Lowestoft, Thursday 18th April


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