Monday, 23 July 2018
The Secretary of State was asked—
What assessment his Department has made of the effect of the use of planning viability assessments on the number of council houses being built.
What recent estimate he has made of the number of children in temporary accommodation.
What steps his Department is taking to tackle unfair practices in the leasehold system.
What recent assessment he has made of trends in the level of new homes available for social rent since 2010.
If he will meet the National Trust to discuss the potential effect on levels of housing need in local authority areas of that trust's proposals to increase rents to market levels on all its...
What assessment he has made of the viability of local authority funding for the maintenance of acceptable levels of public services.
What the timetable is for his Department bringing forward proposals to prevent the sale of new houses by leasehold.
What steps his Department is taking to reduce the time taken to build new homes.
What steps his Department is taking to ensure fairness in the allocation of funding to local government.
What recent assessment he has made of the effectiveness of his Department’s support for local government.
What recent discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care on the allocation of NHS funding for social care.
What assessment he has made of trends in homelessness since 2010.
What assessment he has made of the effect of the Help to Buy scheme and the reduction in stamp duty on the number of homes purchased by first-time buyers.
What steps his Department is taking to deliver economic growth through the midlands engine.
What recent assessment he has made of (a) trends in the level of home ownership since 2010 and (b) the opportunities available for council and social housing tenants who wish to buy their homes.
Whether he plans to introduce a regulator of private landlords; and if he will make statement.
If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Urgent Question: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department to make a statement on the Government’s policy on the rendition of UK citizens who may be subject to capital punishment.
(Urgent Question): To ask the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury if he will make a statement in relation to Government policy and practice with regard to pairing arrangements, especially as...
On a point of order, Mr Speaker. The right hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell) and his shadow Treasury team, whose names escape me right now, visited my constituency of...
Presentation and First Reading (Standing Order No 57) Rehman Chishti presented a Bill to require the driver of a mechanically propelled vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury or...
I beg to move, That this House has considered strengthening the Union. The Prime Minister and the Government have said, time after time, that it is our responsibility and duty to govern for the...
Ordered, That Christian Matheson be discharged from the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee and Clive Efford be added.—(Bill Wiggin, on behalf of the Selection Committee.)
Ordered, That Naz Shah be discharged from the Home Affairs Committee and Kate Green be added.—(Bill Wiggin, on behalf of the Selection Committee.)
Ordered, That Mike Amesbury and Jo Platt be discharged from the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee and that Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi and Teresa Pearce be added.—(Bill...
Ordered, That Jack Lopresti be discharged from the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee and Maria Caulfield be added.—(Bill Wiggin, on behalf of the Selection Committee.)
I rise to present a petition from constituents from the neighbouring constituency of Great Yarmouth. They are concerned that the “Home Education—Call for Evidence and revised DfE...
I rise to present a petition on behalf of some of my constituents. There are 167 households in my constituency that been affected by misappropriated selling of the green deal scheme. The petition...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Mike Freer.)
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