Suffolk Coastal's MPs and MEPs
UK Parliamentary Election - on Thursday 7 May 2015, voters will go to the polls to elect their representative for the UK Parliament (MP) for the next 5 years.
Two Parliamentary constituencies cover the Suffolk Coastal district - the Suffolk Coastal and Central Suffolk and North Ipswich constituencies. Maps showing the constituencies and their boundaries are available below:
If you are unsure which MP represents where you live you can find out by entering your postcode into the search box on UK Parliament's find your MP webpage.
Suffolk Coastal constituency
Therese Coffey was declared Conservative MP for the Suffolk Coastal constituency with a majority of 9,128 in the UK parliamentary General Election held on 6 May 2010.
Therese Coffey's contact details
Suffolk Coastal Conservative Association,
The National Hall,
Suffolk IP12 1EG.
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich constituency
Dr Dan Poulter was declared Conservative MP for the Central Suffolk and North Ipswich constituency with a majority of 13,786 in the UK parliamentary General Election held on 6 May 2010.
Dan Poulter's contact details
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Conservative Association,
19 The Business Centre,
Suffolk IP13 7SA.
As far as representation at the European Parliament is concerned, Suffolk Coastal forms parts of the Eastern Region, one of twelve UK regions.
Each region has between three and eleven MEPs and each MEP in a region represents all the people living there. For example, if you live in Suffolk Coastal, all eight Eastern Region MEPs represent you and you can contact any or all of them.