Former MP, Sheffield, Brightside
This is the first occasion since I ceased to be Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Town and Country Planning that I have ventured to speak in this House on planning matters, but I am quite sure that my right hon. Friend, knowing my keen interest in The Peak district and the efforts I have been privileged to put forward on its behalf for many years to preserve its beauties, would...
May I interrupt? It is quite true that Ashwood Dale may not be in the national park area, but I think my right hon. Friend should appreciate that this is one of the most beautiful roads in this country.
Will my right hon. Friend arrange for periodic visits by his officers to this firm to see that the landscape plan is carried out?
Former MP for Sheffield, Brightside
Entered the House of Commons on 6 February 1930 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 3 February 1950 — General election
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