Lord Montagu of Beaulieu

Former Conservative Peer

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Recent appearances

  • Marine and Coastal Access Bill [HL]: Third Reading 8 Jun 2009

    My Lords, on Second Reading I declared an interest as the owner of an estuary and some miles of Solent shore where for years my family has given public access, including a nature reserve. It did not feel right to intervene in Committee because of the extent of my knowledge of the situation. Now we are sending the Bill to another place, I want to say how delighted I am that progress has been...
  • Marine and Coastal Access Bill [HL]: Report (4th Day) 1 Jun 2009

    My Lords, owning, as I do, a major estuary in the south of England, I also welcome the Government's attitude on this. It is totally impractical to consider transport and access paths to get to the coastal path. There has been now a compromise which is welcome to all.
  • Second Reading (Continued) 15 Dec 2008

    My Lords, I must declare an interest: I was lucky enough to inherit one of the most beautiful beaches in England. I am happy to support this Bill. Everybody, I think, agrees on the importance of the coast for environmental reasons, but rarely do people understand why such beautiful areas still exist. They are there today because our ancestors let nature take priority over building and...

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Former Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1947

Left the House of Lords on 31 August 2015 — Died

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