Results 4181–4200 of 4328 for sewage

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill.: Clause 52. — (Short title, commencement, and extent.) ( 6 Jun 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: ...for aerodromes; 5 deals with preservation of trees and woodlands; 6 deals with prohibition, regulation and control of the deposit of waste material and refuse; 7 deals with sewerage, drainage, sewage disposal; 8 deals with lighting; 9 deals with water supply; 10 deals with ancillary or consequential works. I am not going to read them all. There is the disposal of land to the responsible...

Import Duties Act, 1932. ( 4 May 1932)

Mr Arthur Greenwood: ...straightforward methods, but victorious by the backstair methods of the last election. Their great policy is Pro- tection—crude Protection—the crudest of crude Protection. Tariffs are the crude sewage of Protectionist minds. Tariffs are the refuge of intellectual idlers. They do not touch the real economic problems of to-day. One of the great centres of controversy now is the iron and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Skye and Western Isles (Loans). (21 Apr 1932)

Sir Archibald Sinclair: No, Sir. In the ordinary case of the Island croft the absence of gravitation water and sewage disposal systems renders it impracticable to include in the houses sanitary conveniences of the type common in the Lowlands. Where circumstances permit the adoption of these conveniences, the assistance given is similar in the Islands and the Lowlands.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Public Health Services. (12 Apr 1932)

Sir William Jenkins: ...area and one part- time medical officer, and they are unable to do anything because the charges upon them for loans and repayment of capital and interest are a very heavy burden. On sewers and sewage disposal only the rate is 2s. 9¾d. for repayment of capital and interest, and it means 6s. 7¼d. per head of the population. If we take the whole of their expenditure on loans under various...

Private Business.: Chester Corporation Bill, ( 4 Feb 1932)

...the Chester General Cemetery Company to the Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of the said city; to make further provision as to the reception and disposal by the said Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of sewage from areas adjacent to the city; and for other purposes," presented, and read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time.

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill. ( 2 Feb 1932)

Sir Jonah Smith: ...with regard to sewerage come before the Minister. The local authorities try-it is nothing but a try-on—to escape their statutory obligations to provide for the drainage and disposal of the sewage of their district. That matter comes before the Minister for his decision in a judicial capacity. Then comes cases of repudiation by local authorities of their financial responsibility. Just how...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1931. (29 Jul 1931)

Mr Arthur Greenwood: ...monstrous growths upon the face of the earth are places of which no one can approve, and it is clear that there ought to be no large-scale development for residential purposes without effective sewage disposal and adequate water supply. The impression that Members would obtain from my hon. Friend's speech was that nothing has been done and nothing is being done, and, indeed, he implied...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Rural Authorities) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Special Government contributions to hosing expenses of certain rural district councils.) (14 Jul 1931)

Reverend Roderick Kedward: unless the rates exceed 10s. I have discussed it with my friends, and there is not a single agricultural parish which will come in under such a regulation. In rural parishes where there is no sewage scheme or water supply or any amenities, the rate cannot go up beyond 10s., and yet all these will be cut out. The rates in many of the rural parishes range from 5s. to 7s., and I do not...

Oral Answers to Questions — Allotments, Isleworth. ( 9 Jul 1931)

Sir Charles Edwards: I understand that the county council are proceeding to acquire the land referred to for sewage disposal works under the powers vested in them by the Middlesex County Council Act, 1931. My right hon. Friend has no power to intervene in the way suggested by the hon. Member, but representations have already been made to the council and he is assured that the council will treat the allotment...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 8. — (Ascertainment of Values.) ( 1 Jul 1931)

Mr James de Rothschild: ...enough, inasmuch as they do not mention roads which have been taken over by the local authority. The Solicitor-General explained to us, when this question was being considered in Committee, that sewage and drainage which are part of a local authority's scheme can be in cluded in a valuation. But this cannot apply to the case of a road. It may be intelligible as far as public roads are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: River Cart (Purification). (30 Jun 1931)

Mr. W. ADAMSON: I am informed that on 9th June Paisley Town Council approved of proceeding with a scheme for the relief of unemployment involving the construction of sewage purification works at an estimated cost of £400,000. Plans are being prepared and application for assistance will shortly be made to the Unemployment Grants Committee. Negotiations are taking place for the acquisition of...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (25 Jun 1931)

Mr John Gilmour: ...are seeing new housing schemes and we are seeing introduced into those housing schemes sanitary provisions which were unthought of in the days that lie behind, but the problems of dealing with the sewage and avoiding deposits from our great works, whether they are old-established or new industries, are problems of great magnitude and press no doubt with great severity upon some local...

Oral Answers to Questions — Aldershot Camp (Sewage Treatment). (18 Jun 1931)

Oral Answers to Questions — Aldershot Camp (Sewage Treatment).

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 8. — (Ascertainment of values.) (10 Jun 1931)

Sir Stafford Cripps: ...person is entitled to use it, will come in as part of the value. Sewers and drains in the road will be in a different position altogether. Immediately these are connected up to the houses and carry sewage they become the property of the local authority, and therefore they cease to be part of the land unit at all and will never come into the value as works. I am assuming that we are dealing...

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