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Oral Answers to Questions — Sewage Sludge. (19 Feb 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Sewage Sludge.

Local Government (Ireland) Bill. (24 Mar 1919)

Mr Arthur Samuels: make local government impossible, and this Clause provides that if such an attempt is made it shall not prevail. There are powers at present for dealing with the case of the neglect of roads or sewage and one or two other matters under the Public Health Act, by which the Local Government Board can appoint persons to carry out those duties, and there used to be a power relating to boards...

Orders of the Day — Housing in Ireland. (13 May 1919)

Sir Maurice Dockrell: ..., but barely exist—who can realise the crying necessity there is for this great measure. These tenement houses in Dublin are old houses which have long since fallen into decay. Many of them are sewage-sodden andrat-eaten, and the people live under the most terrible conditions. I know of a man who sat up for three nights to beat off the rats while his wife was lying ill. I know of a woman...

Orders of the Day — Compensation for Subsidence Bill. (30 May 1919)

Mr William Brace: ...and other buildings belonging to or occupied by a local authority), and property therein as defined by this Act, or to highways, including tramways or other works thereon, or to reservoirs, drains, sewage or other public works, belonging to or under the control of a local authority (hereinafter called such property), has been caused, or is likely to be caused by subsidence or disturbance...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Additional Powers) Bill. ( 8 Dec 1919)

Mr John Walters: ...a comprehensive scheme which is to the credit of the town. It is going to take some time to get through with it, but already there are a number of roads, a tramway extension to it, an extended sewage scheme laid down, and houses are being planned. In a few years that will be a very fine suburb. If I leave there and go down into Leicester, and walk about the town, I find that the working...

Orders of the Day — Compensation for Subsidence Bill. (30 Apr 1920)

Mr John Guest: ...the sea-level there is likely to be a large amount of loss caused to the residents in the district. I have noticed already in certain areas that when you have a heavy rainfall they are under water. Sewage works, and works of a public character are bound to suffer owing to the incidence of such things as we are here discussing. The matter will be one of great concern within the next twenty...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Kieff. (17 Jun 1920)

Mr. L'ESTRANGE MALONE: 40 and 41. asked the Prime Minister (1) whether he has any information concerning the destruction by the Poles of the electric power station, water service, and sewage system at Kieff previous to their evacuation; (2) whether the St. Vladimir Cathedral at Kieff was destroyed or damaged by the Poles before evacuating the city?

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: EDINBURGH BOUNDARIES EXTEN SION AND TRAMWAYS BILL [Lords] (by Order). (15 Jul 1920)

Mr John Taylor: ...amalgamation should take place, and that not only in regard to the present, but also the future. We have had this system of trusts built up dealing with the public services, such as water, gas, and sewage. I make bold to say that if the Edinburgh Bill that was promoted a long time ago had been passed that this situation would not have arisen, and the water would have been controlled by the...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill. ( 9 Nov 1920)

Mr Arthur Samuel: ...that it was wrong to borrow to pay interest, was put in, owing to the fact that in some cases local authorities were carrying out schemes outside their own area and were called upon to construct sewage and other works consequent upon the housing scheme, and that the interest charges incurred by the first authority during construction would be transferred as a capital liability, as the...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) [Grants]. (15 Nov 1920)

Mr Donald Maclean: .... I do not propose to go through them in detail, but, taking by way of example Clause 4, it enables the local authority carrying out a scheme under the Housing Acts at the same time to construct sewage and other works consequent on the housing scheme. It might be necessary in the case of such housing scheme being outside the boundaries of the authority financing it to execute sewage and...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Scotland) Bill. ( 6 Dec 1920)

Mr Robert Munro: ..., Lasswade and Prestonpans, I am informed, are all building outside the confines of their own particular districts. Difficulties have arisen in such cases with regard to the provision both of sewage and of water. At present, under the existing law, these cannot be provided by a local authority outside its own area, and yet the House will see that, assuming that these buildings are going on...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Unemployment. (16 Feb 1921)

Mr Thomas Macnamara: If my hon. Friend will put a question down I will answer that. That Committee has made grants-in-aid of gas and water, sewers and sewage disposal work, of cemeteries, parks, and recreation grounds, of roads, electricity, painting, tramways, and land reclamation—those are the categories under which grants are made—and various other miscellaneous operations. In the next place, we have done...

Orders of the Day — Emergency Powers Act, 1920 (Regulations).: Local Rates. ( 6 Apr 1921)

Mr Peter Raffan: .... In a great many of our British Colonies there has already been this transfer. In the great city of Sidney for some years past the whole of the rates with the exception of the water rate and the sewage rate, for special reasons, have been placed on land values and every need of the city has been met by a rate of 4¼d. in the £ on the capital value of the land. What has been done there...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: NEW CLAUSE 53 (a). — Rights in respect of water power from River Spey for electricity purposes of County of Banff and Counties of Moray and Nairn.) ( 9 Jun 1921)

Sir Charles Barrie: ...taken. There is another point to which I desire to draw attention, namely, the pollution of the river. The medical officers of health have said that, in their opinion, in a dry summer season the sewage is just approaching danger point, and they warn the county councils that if the water is impounded at the source of the river, as proposed in this Bill, they will not be responsible for the...

Civil Services Supplementary Esti- Mates, 1921–22.: Unclassified Services. ( 8 Nov 1921)

Sir Francis Acland: ...afforestation schemes or arterial drainage feasible, and with regard to roads they have done all that they can. The only things before them which can be assisted under legislation are schemes of sewage disposal. The Ministry of Health has been for years pressing on Camborne and Redruth schemes of sewage disposal. These works to some extent had been already begun until the rates got so high...

Orders of the Day — Army Estimates, 1922–23.: Number of Land Forces. (22 Mar 1922)

Captain Robert Gee: ...who selected these books, I find we have for the benefit of the ordinary private soldier got 60 different works including books on the designing of steel bridges, on water purification, and on sewage disposal. Under the heading of "History," we have 73 different works including, as one would expect, some on the British Empire. We have also got Cicero and Euripedes, and all these are for...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: MINISTRY OF HEALTH PROVISIONAL ORDERS (LEEDS AND BRADFORD EXTENSION) BILL. (By Order.) (11 May 1922)

Sir William Middlebrook: ...the boroughs, as is usual, because it must take a period of time, longer or shorter, before a place brought in can begin to receive the full advantage of their connection. You cannot provide a new sewage works, you cannot extend your waterworks, and you cannot give all the other facilities, immediately this House passes a Bill of incorporation. The effect of an Amendment of this sort,...

Government of Northern Ireland (Loan Guarantee) Bill. ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr John Baird: ...Mr. Hoģģe) asked some questions about local loans, but these are all for purposes which I should imagine are very familiar to my hon. Friend the Member for East Edinburgh, such as harbour works, sewage schemes, water works, and housing, works which are carried out by the local authorities, and for all these things money is required, and these, are the purposes for which the Central...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Public Utility Undertakings (Valuation and Rating). (26 Jul 1922)

Mr Albert Atkey: ...; whether evidence is being taken; and, if so, what means have been adopted to obtain representative evidence on behalf of water, gas, electricity, tramways and light railways, hospitals, sewage disposal works and other public utility undertakings?

Private Business.: Standing Order 5. — (Particulars in Notices for Burial Ground, Gas Works, &c. Bills.) ( 2 Aug 1922)

In cases of Bills for constructing gas works. Or sewage works, or works for the manufacture or conversion of the residual products of gas or sewage, or for making or constructing a sewage farm, cemetery, burial ground, crematorium, destructor, hospital for infectious disease, or station for generating electrical energy, the notices shall set forth and specify the lands in or upon which such...

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