Results 141–160 of 2238 for speaker:Alex Chalk

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Sex Offender Treatment Programme: Gender Recognition (12 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: Accredited sexual offender (SO) programmes are not currently available in the women’s estate. However, bespoke interventions are provided where required to ensure that we properly manage the risk posed by all offenders. In the male estate, the accredited SO programmes are open to individuals who are legally male but identify as female. A strategic review of all HMPPS designed accredited...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Downview Prison (12 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: Local policies (such as HMP Downview ‘E Wing Policy) must be consistent with the policy framework ‘The Care and Management of Individuals who are Transgender,’ which is available here: The care and management of individuals who are transgender - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) HMP Downview’s ‘E Wing Policy’ is a local prison policy and, as is usual practice for such a policy, it is not...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Legal Aid Scheme: Domestic Violence (12 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: The information requested is not held centrally.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Tenants (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: There are no plans to review the law in this area at present. The Law of Property Act 1925, Land Registration Acts of 1925 and 2002 and the Land Registration Rules set out a clear legal framework and checks and balances for protecting the various interests in registered estates and charges, including those of third party interests. HM Land Registry publish practice notes which offer...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Marriage: Humanism (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: As the Government has made clear, a Law Commission project on marriage and civil partnership is due to report later this year and is expected to present recommendations for wholesale reform to the law governing marriage ceremonies, which the Government will consider carefully. Options being explored by the Law Commission as part of their review include offering couples greater flexibility...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: At both the HMP Five Wells and Glen Parva construction sites all vehicles must be parked within the work area site boundary using the temporary car park areas provided. Contractors are not permitted to use the streets or roads surrounding either site for parking.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Leicestershire (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: The initial cost estimate for the previous Glen Parva project was based on an earlier design and reflected different assumptions than the current project; it was not a contract price and is therefore not directly comparable to the contract price for the current project. The previous project was part of a programme of six new prisons within the Prison Estate Transformation Programme. After...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: We are unable to disclose information regarding mitigation funding and expenditure on either the Five Wells or Glen Parva sites as this is commercially sensitive information.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: As of May 2021, HMP Five Wells has employed 58 apprentices. It is estimated that over 50% of these were people living within a 25 mile radius of the site. None of these self-declared as ex-offenders. As of May 2021, Glen Parva has employed 4 apprentices, 50% (2) of these were people living within a 25 mile radius of the site. None of these self-declared as ex-offenders. The total number of...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: As of May 2021, at HMP Five Wells 81 jobs were held by those living within a 25 mile radius, representing 37% of the newly created jobs. As of May 2021, at Glen Parva 37 jobs were held by those living within a 25 mile radius, representing 32% of the newly created jobs. The table below shows job creation month on month since beginning of construction at each site. Please note that if a request...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: At HMP Five Wells, starting in May 2019, the workforce on the site averaged around 100 people per day throughout the working week. The workforce built up over time and peaked in November 2020 with approximately 1,000 people per day for a two-month period. Currently the site is running with approximately 750 people per day during the working week. At Glen Parva, construction began in August...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: At HMP Five Wells car and van movements (entering and leaving site) started in May 2019 at around 100 vehicles per week and increased to around 3,500 vehicles per week at peak in October 2020. The site is currently (in July 2021) running at around 2,500 vehicles per week. At Glen Parva, car and light vehicle movements are not tracked specifically – deliveries to site are tracked but this...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: Deliveries commenced at HMP Five Wells in May 2019, however it is not possible to distinguish between HGV deliveries and non-HGV deliveries from the data available. Deliveries commenced at Glen Parva in January 2021. Between January 2021 and the end of June 2021, 8916 HGVs made deliveries to the site. All main contractors provide a traffic management plan which is shared with sub-contractors....

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Buckinghamshire (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: We currently define the South East region to be the region of England including London and surrounding counties, namely Hampshire and Isle of Wight, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey and East and West Sussex. Projected demand for new prison places at both a national and local level is one of a range of...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Buckinghamshire (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: The MoJ did not meet with Buckinghamshire Council on 8 October 2020.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Buckinghamshire (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: The Ministry of Justice submitted a planning application to Buckinghamshire Council for a new prison at Grendon Springhill on 21 June 2021. The Heritage, Ecology and Transport Assessments have been updated to reflect the revised scheme and have been submitted with the outline planning application. They will be made public in due course via the Buckinghamshire Council planning portal.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Construction (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: For both Five Wells and Glen Parva prisons, we have used industry best practice and existing prison benchmarks to forecast their operational carbon footprints. The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) has also been adopted to encourage low carbon building designs and low embodied carbon construction materials. The operational carbon emissions of the prisons...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Buckinghamshire (9 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: The MOJ submitted an application for outline planning permission to Buckinghamshire Council, the local planning authority, on the 21st June. The Biodiversity Net Gain assessment methodology, supporting calculations and plans have been submitted as part of the application for the development. The full details of our biodiversity plans will therefore be available to view, as part of our...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Youth Custody (8 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: During this period of unprecedented challenge, we have been required to take necessary actions in order to protect children and staff. Whilst these measures have regrettably impacted access to regime, they have been successful in containing the virus saved lives. Since ‘face to face’ education recommenced in public sector YOIs in July 2020, our sites have been providing both in-person and...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Dovegate Prison: Correspondence (8 Jul 2021)

Alex Chalk: Due to concerns about the amount of new psychoactive substances that were being sent to prisoners through incoming mail, a decision was made at Dovegate to temporarily stop shop bought and handmade cards coming into the prison. Prisoners were notified of this decision and the rationale behind it. Cards that arrive that do not adhere to these new procedures can either be photocopied or...


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