Results 81–100 of 4729 for speaker:Lucy Frazer

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: The hon. Member’s constituency has not done badly overall—it has previously been given £4 million through the UK shared prosperity fund and £12 million through the future high streets fund—but I understand the points that he has made and, as I have said, a third round is coming up.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: I will be happy to do that.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: I would not say any of those things to the hon. Gentleman’s constituents because I have repeatedly said that 45% of the funding has gone to Opposition areas. There were £8 billion-worth of bids, which were excellent, and unfortunately the fund was £2 billion. I am pleased that his area got £16 million of future high streets funding quite recently.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: Yes, I will be happy to meet my hon. Friend, and I applaud his Conservative principles of never giving up and making sure that every area is covered.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: What we have heard across the House this morning is that people who were unsuccessful in round 1 were successful, after taking on board feedback, in round 2. The pot was significantly over-subscribed. Of course we can improve areas and I look forward to round 3.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: This morning we have an urgent question on the levelling-up fund, but that is not the only funding that is coming through the Government. The hon. Lady mentioned social care, and she will know that my right hon. Friend the Prime recently announced an additional £7.5 billion for social care and £27 billion to ensure that those who are struggling with the cost of living are supported over the...

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: I do not believe the UKSPF funding was allocated like that. Greater Manchester got £98 million. Of course it is important that the areas that need it are assessed, which is the basis on which we assessed the £2 billion-worth of funding we announced this morning.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: The hon. Lady should look at the technical note, which will be published in due course, to see how the assessments were made.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: The Government are very interested in levelling up Hull. There were more than 500 bids, more than we had in the first round, asking for £8 billion to be spent. Unfortunately, we did not have those funds, so only £2 billion could be allocated.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: As I mentioned earlier, we are regenerating Catterick, the area of Richmond where the infantry are based. It is important that the people who serve our country are looked after. Ukrainian troops were also based in the area while they were training.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: As I mentioned, the criteria will be published in due course. Forty-five per cent. of the funding has been allocated to Opposition areas.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: Well, I hope the hon. Gentleman is very pleased with his very successful first-round bid of £38 million for improvements related to the advanced manufacturing innovation district Scotland.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: It is very important that we level up in Devon. We absolutely do not take it for granted. I know that the hon. Gentleman’s constituency recently received funding for a new school in Tiverton and that East Devon secured £15 million through this fund.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: Feedback will be provided. If the hon. Member has further questions in relation to that feedback, she can raise them, and they will be answered.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: This was a fund that covered the UK. Northern Ireland got £71 million in this round, which totals £120 million over the two funds together. I am very pleased that the Ulster branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union has previously received £5 million.

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Local Plans (18 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: The government's current consultation: 'The Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: reforms to national planning policy' sets out the proposed timeline for transitioning to the new system of plan making, which we expect to go live in late 2024.

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Affordable Housing: North East (18 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: Figures are not centrally collected by the department at parliamentary constituency level. Estimates of dwelling stock by tenure for each year, in England and the North East region are shown in Live Table 109 at the following link.

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Music Venues: Planning (18 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: The list of statutory consultees is under constant review. Whilst particular organisations or bodies might not be statutory consultees on planning applications, they can work proactively with local councils to identify developments where they might have an interest and can comment on proposals within the statutory public consultation period. The decision to grant or refuse a planning...

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Property Management Companies (18 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: I refer my Rt. Hon. Friend to the answer I gave to Question UIN 114795 on 13 January 2023.

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Gazumping (18 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: Announcements will be made in the usual way.


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