More options
Sort by relevance | Sorted by date: newest / oldest | Show use by person

Search only Peter Aldous Search all speeches

Results 1-6 of 6 for packaging speaker:Peter Aldous

Energy Bill: Clause 1 — Decarbonisation (4 June 2013)

Peter Aldous: ...-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bring jobs and prosperity back to an area that has been hard hit in the last 30 years by the dramatic decline in the fishing industry, the closure of factories and the rise of package holidays, which has hit the domestic tourism industry. If we can build a strong domestic supply chain for low-carbon energy generation, we will have an opportunity to reverse...

Energy Infrastructure (Uk Supply Chain) (26 March 2013)

Peter Aldous: ...the most important game in town, and if we get it right it will provide the stable long-term policy environment that is required to attract supply chain investment. I believe that we are moving in the right direction. A 7.6 billion package has been provided for investment in renewable energy, and although the Bill’s provisions are complicated, it should provide the certainty,...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill: Clause 109 - Designation of statement (5 February 2013)

Peter Aldous: ...a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bring jobs and prosperity back to an area that has been hard hit in the last 30 years by the dramatic decline of the fishing industry, the closure of factories and the rise of package holidays, which has hit the domestic tourist industry. With energy generation, if we can build a strong domestic supply chain, there is an opportunity to reverse this...

Property Market (25 January 2011)

Peter Aldous: ...in those deprived areas where it is most needed. There is a concern, too, that that some developers might hijack the system. For example, a house builder might offer an enticing planning gain package in a particular neighbourhood, which might appeal to that particular community, but which could have a negative knock-on effect in surrounding areas. How is it intended to guard against such a...

Backbench Business — [16th Allotted Day]: Horse Racing Levy (20 January 2011)

Peter Aldous: ...on that argument as my immediate reaction is that overseas racing is not the industry's product to sell. Although racing has a strong case to receive a higher price for its product, it needs to look at the package that it provides, not only to meet the requirements of its buyer, the betting industry, but to look after the interests of its various component parts, whether that is...

Localism Bill (17 January 2011)

Peter Aldous: ...areas where it is needed most. There is a concern that some developers might hijack the system. For example, a food store might put forward in a particular neighbourhood an enticing planning-gain package that appeals to that community but has a negative knock-on effect on surrounding areas. How is it intended to guard against such scenarios? The Government should continue to promote the...

   More options
Sort by relevance | Sorted by date: newest / oldest | Show use by person

Search only Peter Aldous Search all speeches