MP, Stockton South
James Wharton never rebelled against their party in this parliament
National planning guidance for renewable energy underlines that the views of local communities likely to be affected should be listened to and states that it is important that their planning concerns are properly heard in matters that directly affect them. Local councils working with their communities are able to set out in their Local Plan where developments for renewable energy such as...
The National Planning Policy Framework is clear that local planning policies should aim to identify areas of tranquillity which have remained relatively undisturbed by noise and are prized for their recreational and amenity value for this reason. Planning guidance supporting the Framework sets out factors that are likely to be relevant to identifying areas of tranquillity.
Creating a Northern Powerhouse is a vital part of the Government’s long-term economic plan. The Government is investing in science and technology, digital and innovation, culture and tourism across the North. The next franchise for the Transpennine route between Leeds and Manchester will bring modern trains and additional capacity. As part of the Government’s investment in...
Conservative MP for Stockton South
Entered the House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election
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