Results 1–20 of 90 for "great yarmouth borough council"

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Property Flood Resilience Scheme ( 2 May 2024)

Robbie Moore: ...: Blaby District Council, Harborough District Council, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council, Melton Borough Council and Oadby and Wigston Borough Council Norfolk: Broadland District Council, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council and Norwich City Council Worcestershire: Bromsgrove District Council, Wychavon District Council, Wyre Forest District...

Coastal Erosion: Suffolk and Norfolk (19 Dec 2023)

Robbie Moore: ...coastal erosion around the country, through our £200 million flood and coastal innovation programme. Through that programme, DEFRA has provided £8.4 million of funding to East Suffolk Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council for the resilient coasts project. My hon. Friend has some specific challenges in his constituency, as he mentioned, which is why the rapid deployment plan for...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Coastal Erosion: Lowestoft (18 Dec 2023)

Robbie Moore: ...to take forward wider innovative actions that improve resilience to flooding and coastal erosion. As part of this programme, Defra has provided £8.4 million funding to East Suffolk Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council. The Resilient Coasts Project will offer a complete suite of planning, engagement, technical and financial tools to support coastal transition for communities. The...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Coastal Areas: Environment Protection (21 Mar 2023)

Rebecca Pow: ...powers to direct an owner or occupier of land to undertake coast protection works where they have a historical obligation to maintain defences. The Rt Hon Member's continued support to the Great Yarmouth Borough Council and Coast Parentship East helps to fully engage the local community and relevant landowners, as they take decisions and actions along this part of our coast.

Business of the House (16 Mar 2023)

Brandon Lewis: ...of the sad loss of properties in Hemsby in Great Yarmouth through the impact of weather on our coastline. Does she agree that huge credit and thanks are due to the independent Hemsby lifeboat crew, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, and the local businesses and residents who have supported people who have suffered from loss of property and tried to keep the area safe? Will she look at the...

Marine Management Organisation (13 Dec 2022)

Brandon Lewis: ...local authorities —the county councils and the district authorities—work together closely on the issue of the East Anglian coastline? They face challenges in dealing with the MMO. For example, Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been frustrated in developing the operations and maintenance hub, a new area for renewable energy. It has seen delays of six months and eight and a half months...

Enterprise Zones: Waveney ( 8 Dec 2021)

Peter Aldous: ...the Great Yarmouth and Waveney enterprise zone, which has been run by the New Anglia local enterprise partnership in conjunction with East Suffolk Council—formerly Waveney District Council—and Great Yarmouth Borough Council. In setting up the enterprise zones, the Government asked the LEPs to nominate enterprise zone sites, taking into account economic potential, with an emphasis on...

Coastal Erosion — [Sir David Crausby in the Chair] (12 Jun 2018)

George Eustice: ...of shore along a 700-metre frontage, leaving 13 homes balanced precariously above the sea. Proactive management by the Environment Agency and the local council led to residents being evacuated by Great Yarmouth Borough Council. After the storm, 11 properties were demolished and, of the remainder, one property was saved by the owner rolling it back, and another needed only part of it to be...

[Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Offshore Oil and Gas Industry ( 3 Mar 2016)

Peter Aldous: ...restructuring and alternative growth opportunities, as well as on developing business plans. Those discounts will be funded by Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils and by Waveney District Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council, which have set aside £80,000. In addition, the LEP is modifying its Growing Business Fund grant scheme to support and sustain future business plans, with...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Housing: Floods (24 Mar 2014)

Brandon Lewis: ...Council 30 East Dorset District Council 23 East Lindsey District Council 15 East Riding of Yorkshire Council 240 Elmbridge Borough Council 125 Essex County Council 61 Great Yarmouth Borough Council 26 Guildford Borough Council 90 Hampshire County Council 116 Herefordshire Council 49 Kent County Council 112 King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Bellwin Scheme (18 Mar 2014)

Brandon Lewis: ...26. East Sussex County Council 27. East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service 28. Elmbridge Borough Council 29. Exeter City Council 30. Fareham Borough Council 31. Gloucestershire County Council 32. Great Yarmouth Borough Council 33. Guildford Borough Council 34. Hampshire County Council 35. Hampshire Fire and Rescue service 36. Havant Borough Council 37. Herefordshire Council 38. Hull City...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Local Development Orders (12 Mar 2014)

Nicholas Boles: ...Council 1 Cornwall Council 3 Dacorum Borough Council 1 Darlington Borough Council 1 Dover District Council 1 East Riding of Yorkshire Council 1 Flyde Borough Council 1 Great Yarmouth Borough Council 2 Harlow District Council 3 Harrow Council 1 Hartlepool Borough Council 3 Herefordshire Council 2 Hull City Council 1 Kettering Borough...

Housing Benefit and Universal Credit in the Social Housing Sector (Regular Payments): Local Government Finance (12 Feb 2014)

Brandon Lewis: ...receiving the grant are protected by our safety net, which is bigger and stronger than last year. Despite some areas choosing to play politics with this—I am disappointed that Labour-run Great Yarmouth borough council refuses to follow the lead of other councils, sometimes even cross-party—councils such as Hastings and Pendle are doing some really good work on transforming things....

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: First East ( 5 Nov 2013)

Kris Hopkins: ...to the above, the Department has supported the area formerly covered by 1st East Urban Regeneration Company, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, in a number of ways: The Coastal Communities Fund awarded Great Yarmouth borough council £600,000 to provide business and social enterprise support, skills and training to help create 200 businesses and 300 new jobs. The Coastal Communities Fund also...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Correction to Commons Written Answer (13 Jun 2013)

Lord de Mauley: ...Chichester District Council £450,000 Dorset County Council £0 Sefton Metropolitan Council £0 East Riding of Yorkshire Council £1,200,000 East Sussex County Council £294,997 Great Yarmouth Borough Council £26,059,700 with £15,760,200 expected in 13/14 Somerset County Council £0 Hampshire County Council £254,000 South Hams District Council £0 ...

Written Ministerial Statements — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Correction to PQ Answer 154587 (13 Jun 2013)

Richard Benyon: ...Chichester District Council £450,000 Dorset County Council £0 Sefton Metropolitan Council £0 East Riding of Yorkshire Council £1,200,000 East Sussex County Council £294,997 Great Yarmouth Borough Council £26,059,700 with £15,760,200 expected in 13/14 Somerset County Council £0 Hampshire County Council £254,000 South Hams District Council £0 ...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Flood Control (20 May 2013)

Richard Benyon: ...(£) Chichester District Council 450,000 Dorset County Council 0 Sefton Metropolitan Council 0 East Riding of Yorkshire Council 1,200,000 East Sussex County Council 294,997 Great Yarmouth Borough Council (1)26,059,700 Somerset County Council 0 Hampshire County Council 254,000 South Hams District Council 0 Hastings Borough Council 115,625 ...

Economic Growth (Waveney) (25 Nov 2011)

Peter Aldous: ...for offshore wind energy, and the UK’s most dense area for offshore development is between the Humber, the Wash and the Thames estuary. The LEP and the four councils—Waveney district council, Great Yarmouth borough council and Suffolk and Norfolk county councils—are to be congratulated on their successful enterprise zone bid for Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, which is aimed at the...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Ministerial Visits (21 Nov 2011)

Bob Neill: ...and Welwyn Hatfield borough council area on 14 October 2011(1); The Oxfordshire county council and South Oxfordshire district council area on 15 October 2011(1); The Norfolk county council and Great Yarmouth borough council area on 27 October 2011; and The London borough of Croydon on 29 October 2011(1). (1) Political visit, included in the interests of transparency.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Ports (17 Oct 2011)

Baroness Hanham: ...up as follows: East of England Development Agency £8. 599 million European Union Funding via European Regional Development Fund £4.575 million Norfolk County Council £3.13 million Great Yarmouth Borough Council £1.6l6 million (in kind via land donation) All public monies were expressly for the construction of the breakwater and harbour infrastructure. No public funds...


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