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Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Trade Unions (17 May 2012)

Gregory Barker: ...(the Public and Commercial Services Union, the FDA and Prospect) follows the ACAS Code of Practice “Time off for Trades Union Duties and Activities”. The Departmental Consultative Council (DCC) meetings take place twice a year, February for the main annual ‘forward planning' meeting, October for a ‘mid-year progress' review. There are two sub-committees: HR Policy meets twice a...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters (27 Feb 2012)

Charles Hendry: ...which will build readiness for mass roll-out, the Government are putting the necessary regulatory frameworks in place, defining technical specifications for smart metering equipment, procuring the DCC communications services, and facilitating testing and trialling of equipment, systems, processes and consumer engagement strategies. Mass roll-out is expected to start in late 2014 and energy...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Water: Meters ( 5 Dec 2011)

Gregory Barker: Our recent consultation document(1) on the Data and Communications Company (DCC) set out proposals for the provision of value-added services in future, which could include water metering. We are currently analysing responses to this consultation and are conducting procurements for the provision of data and communications services, which will enable us to explore the cost of different levels...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters (21 Nov 2011)

Charles Hendry: ...Also in August, we issued a call for evidence on data access and privacy(3). In September 2011, we published a consultation on the regulatory and commercial framework for Data Communications Co. (DCC)(4). In addition, the procurement of service providers for the DCC has been started. Work since the start of phase 2 in April 2011 has led us to re-examine a number of our planning...

Opposition Day — [Unallotted day]: Energy Prices (19 Oct 2011)

Guy Opperman: .... In that time, the wholesale price of oil went up only by about 10%. In my constituency there are roughly 16 to 18 heating oil providers. However, 11 or 12 of those are controlled by one company. DCC Energy, an Irish-based company, has bought up many of the individual suppliers throughout the country. It operates heavily in west Wales and has been prosecuted there in relation to a trading...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: New Clause 1 — Energy efficiency aim (14 Sep 2011)

Guy Opperman: ...the efforts of the Government, and especially the Minister, in pursuing the point about websites. One such site, BoilerJuice, is supposedly a price comparison site yet is owned by one company—DCC, unsurprisingly —and it markets only the products it owns. That is manifestly unfair and wrong; it is not good for either the consumer or our constituents in general. I endorse the OFT...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters (30 Jun 2011)

Charles Hendry: The strategy for the procurement of first-generation DCC service providers is currently being prepared by officials in DECC, with input from stakeholders as well as Infrastructure UK, which has expertise in large-scale public sector procurement. We intend to complete the strategy and begin the procurement process as soon as is practicable. We will set out further details of the process and...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Meters (12 May 2011)

Charles Hendry: The strategy for the procurement of first-generation DCC service providers is currently being prepared by my officials in DECC, with input from stakeholders and from Infrastructure UK, who have expertise in large-scale public sector procurement. We intend to complete the strategy and begin the procurement process as soon as practicable. We will set out further details of the process and the...

Operation Ore (Staffordshire) (15 Mar 2011)

Rob Flello: ...constable, David Swift, who informed both parties that their complaints had been passed to the force’s professional standards unit, where it would be handled by a Mr Hulse. On 6 March 2003, DCC Swift wrote again to my constituent’s parents, asking them to contact an Inspector Humphries within 14 days, which they did. My constituent and his parents met the inspector in March 2003 and...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Renewable Energy: Renewable Energy (11 Mar 2011)

Jim Mather: ...(FE), David Bell (JLL), Lesley McNeil (SG) Process for the submission of s36 Scoping Reports. 3 15-03-10 Biomass Stakeholder Engagement Meeting Kevin Ryan (CEC), Ian Dryden (FC), Ian Ross (DCC), Angus Dodds (FC), Cameron Maxwell (FCS), Angela Burke (SEPA), Erica Knott (SNH), Simon Bonsall (SG), Michaela Sullivan (FE), Derek McGlashan (FE), Helen Wood (SG), Chris Wilcock (SG), Simon Coote...

Petition — Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance: Domestic Heating Oil ( 9 Feb 2011)

Pat Glass: ..., and suppliers are prepared to charge exorbitant prices simply because they can. On top of all that is the fact that we have just had the coldest winter in living memory. The biggest supplier is DCC Energy, an Irish company that says it supplies a quarter of this country's domestic market. It owns 41 heating and oil distribution companies and five price comparison websites. The websites...

Public Bill Committee: Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill: Schedule 8 ( 8 Feb 2011)

Vernon Coaker: ...their choice (subject to their decision not being vetoed by a subsequent PCP confirmation hearing)? Similarly, questions are also being asked in relation to what the proposed panel membership for a DCC or an ACC selection process might be? Once more, will these selections be undertaken by a Chief Constable sitting alone or is it envisaged that they will be the chair of a panel, but still...

Written Answers — Home Department: Forensic Science ( 1 Feb 2011)

James Brokenshire: ...processes. The NPIA provide up to date advice and guidance through their own forensic experts and the ACPO-led Forensics 21 Programme, which has a performance and standards group chaired by DCC John Fletcher, Bedfordshire police. Police forces have their own forensic practitioners who support each other through 'expert panels' facilitated by the NPIA, and on many occasions take advice from...

[Mr James Gray in the Chair] — Fuel Poverty (19 Jan 2011)

Roger Williams: ...of heating oil of its own volition, but this time at a price of about 65p a litre. My area still has the independent suppliers Calor and Watson, but the other four main suppliers are now owned by DCC. The Office of Fair Trading needs to look into that. I have written to the OFT before, and it has said that it cannot take on the issue, but I have now written again, as it appears that DCC...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police: Pay (27 Jul 2010)

Nick Herbert: ...in May, on the advice of the Senior Appointments Panel and HMIC, to a request from Nottinghamshire police authority that in the exceptional circumstances of that force a successful candidate for DCC could receive an additional allowance of £21,312. (4) Indicates brace.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Fuel Prices ( 7 Jun 2010)

Jennifer McCann: Sorry, I cannot. I have a lot to get through. If I have time at the end, I will give way then. Although there is a vast number of oil distributors, there are only four major oil importers: BP, DCC Energy, NuStar Energy LP and LSS Ltd. There is potential to enter into discussions with the main oil importers to regulate that industry. The Assembly has discussed fuel poverty many times. However,...

Equality Bill — Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (11 Jan 2010)

Baroness Warsi: ...moves the focus from the disability ... to the allegedly discriminatory treatment itself and the reason for that treatment". However, we have tabled these amendments to raise two issues. First, the DCC is looking for clarification from the Government about how they expect the provision to work in reality. The DCC is concerned about groups such as those who at some point in their life have...

Wareham Railway Station (28 Oct 2009)

Annette Brooke: ..., perhaps going to Poole rather than Wareham. The county council route has the advantage of contributing to the strategic cycle network, but that is not my constituents' concern. The proposal by DCC will probably add an extra 300 metres on to the walk into the town centre. It is estimated that the county council's proposed solution will cost £2 million, although no money for that is...

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Training (23 Jun 2009)

Bill Rammell: ...breakdown to the level asked in the question would incur disproportionate cost. It is, however, possible to provide representative figures for major classes of equipment: Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) equipment Availability ranges from above 90 per cent. for small arms to below 50 per cent. for complex items such as night vision equipment and Osprey body armour. The situation continues to...

Public Bill Committee: Equality Bill: Clause 19 (18 Jun 2009)

Mark Harper: I thank the Minister for that and I should say at the outset that I agree with her. When I expressed the concerns supported by the DCC, it was very much because the DCC wants to establish them. I was not intending to set up any kind of contest or to pray in aid lots of people on my side. The Minister made a good point about the comparator test being in the employment provisions and the fact...


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