MP, The Cotswolds
MP, The Cotswolds
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown occasionally rebelled against their party in this parliament
May I thank you, Sir David, and Mr Turner for so graciously chairing today’s superb debate? I wish the public saw more such debates on technical, difficult subjects. Ten colleagues participated in it, and if the public saw more of the working of Parliament, I think they would hold us in higher regard. I thank all the Clerks and the Hansard Reporters, and I thank the hon. Member for...
I am delighted to hear what the Minister is saying about neighbourhood plans. In Cheshire, as in the Cotswolds, a number of communities would love to produce neighbourhood plans, but they are deterred from doing so by the thought that when the local plan is complete their wishes could be overruled, and all that energy and expense that they went to in producing a neighbourhood plan will be...
The longer my hon. Friend’s speech goes on, the better I like it. In addition to his writing to the Planning Inspectorate, may I urge him to write to the leaders of all planning authorities about the importance of neighbourhood plans? I have a suspicion that some, including some fairly close to home, are not overly supportive of the plans. I would like to see my local authorities fully...
Conservative MP for The Cotswolds
Entered House of Commons on 9 April 1992 — General election
Also represented Cotswold; Cirencester and Tewkesbury
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