Results 1–20 of 7000 for sewerage

Orders of the Day — Supply. — [14TH Allotted Day.]: DR. Addison's Statement. (30 Jun 1919)

Mr Lewis Haslam: soon as possible what proportion land bears of the cost of housing. The President of the Local Government Board did not appear to be quite clear whether the estimate also included the cost of sewerage and paving, and so forth. As his statement was indefinite, I trust that in his reply he will be able to tell us something of a more practical nature. I rose more particularly to emphasise...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill: New Clause — (Accounts, Statistics, and Returns.) (1 Jul 1919)

Mr William Joynson-Hicks: ...traffic separately and distinctly from any expenditure incurred in executing work on or to roads, bridges, and culverts, for purposes or reasons including sidewalks, cleansing, watering, lighting, sewerage, subways and public conveniences wholly or in part other than to make provision to carry wheeled traffic, and to furnish to the Minister from time to time with certified extracts,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Sewers (Rating). (6 Nov 1919)

Mr Thomas Bennett: ...Health whether he had received representations from main drainage boards protesting against the rating of sewers: and whether he would consider the advisability of bringing in a Bill removing main sewerage works from liability to such rating?

Private Business. (18 Nov 1919)

"To confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to the district of the Rhymney Valley Sewerage Board and to Warrington," presented by Dr. ADDISON.

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Rivers (Pollution). (26 Nov 1919)

Sir Francis Blake: giving to fishery boards and other bodies responsible for the protection of rivers fuller powers than they now possess for dealing with questions of pollution by trade effluents and domestic sewerage?

Ministry of Health Provisional Orders (No. 4) Bill, (4 May 1920)

"to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Chiswick, Dartford, Denton, Orsett (Rural), Rochdale, Rotherham (Rural), Southport, the Thurrock Grays and Tilbury Joint Sewerage District, and the County Palatine of Lancaster," presented by Dr. ADDISON; read the First time; and referred to the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, and to be printed. [Bill 98.]

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

Sir Francis Fremantle: ...Romford, and we ask for leave to get those three bodies working together, and for us to get our sewage scheme started. How are you going to engage in an expenditure of something like £500,000 for sewerage, with no ratepayers to pay? Ilford does not want to pay out of its rate for the sewerage of this town to be occupied by people not coming from Ilford. The same with Barking. Romford...

Private Business.: Clause 41. — (Power of Trustees to invest in mortgages of the Board.) (16 Nov 1920)

Mr Austen Chamberlain: ..., if he came down to this Bench, would make a stand against demands by others in a comparable position. There is a similar authority in my own district in the Midlands, not for water, but for sewerage. Their mortgages, if they have any, are not trustee securities. How could I resist their demand to have that privilege extended to them if the House grants it to this particular body? Water...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment (Relief Works) Bill.: New Clause. — (Rates of Wages and Conditions of Labour on Works of Public Utility.) (26 Nov 1920)

Mr Thomas Macnamara: ..., 25 provincial authorities have now under consideration schemes for new arterial roads. Again, as my hon. Friend knows, the Ministry of Health has hastened the layout of sites and the work of sewerage around London, and a circular has been issued to local authorities with substantial housing schemes urging them -to take material steps in this direction. Apart from all that, we have done...

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

Sir Alfred Mond: deal this afternoon with the more immediate questions raised by the right hon. Member for Camborne (Mr. Acland) and the hon. Member who has just spoken. My right hon. Friend remarked that some sewerage works might possibly be undertaken in his constituency, and he said he did not think the new proposals of the Government, were as favourable to the local authorities as the arrangement...


"to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Derby, Ellesmere Port and Whitby, Nowark, Oldham, and the Rhymney Valley Sewerage Board," presented by Sir ALFRED MOND; read the First time; and referred to the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, and to be printed. [Bill 97.]

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

Mr William Lunn: ...of public advantage, I say there is no question of public advantage in including these districts in the city of Leeds. They are absolutely independent and self-contained. They have their own sewerage schemes and they drain away from the city. The people who live in these districts are miners and railwaymen, and neither coalpits nor coal measures come over the city boundary. They are not...

Orders of the Day — Class Vii.: MINISTRY Or HEALTH. (13 Jun 1922)

Mr. THOMSON: Is my right hon. Friend serious? Is that another example of his arithmetic? He suggests that £300 per house is to be added for road making, sewerage, and so on.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Unemployment. (30 Nov 1922)

Mr Anderson Barlow: ...with the loans scheme £19,000,000, or, roughly, £30,000,000 in jill. The schemes have varied very much in their character, from providing baths to arranging for burial grounds, and from sewerage works to swimming pools. Probably 200,000 men have been engaged during the two years for a longer or shorter period of time. At the beginning of this winter 30,000 men were employed on these...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: River Lee (Pollution). (6 Dec 1922)

Mr Francis Broad: Will the Department consider the desirability of bringing the whole sewerage system of the Metropolitan area under one authority?

Message Prom the Lords. (21 Mar 1923)

...a Bill, intituled, "An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Darlington, parts of Holland, Nottingham, Stockton-on-Tees, Thurrock, Grays, and Tilbury Joint Sewerage District, and Wimbledon." [Ministry of Health Provisional Orders Confirmation (No. 1) Bill [Lords.]


"to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Denbigh, Gosport, Keighley, Leicester, Rochester and Chatham Joint Sewerage District, and Rotherham," presented by Mr. NEVILLS CHAMBERLAIN; read the First time; and referred to the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, and to be printed. [Bill 94.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Earl Shilton, Leicestershire (Sewerage). (25 Apr 1923)

Earl Shilton, Leicestershire (Sewerage).

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Somerset County Council (Small-Pox Hospital). (21 Jan 1924)

Mr Frederick Gould: ..., in view of the fact that the Somerset County Council proposes to erect a small-pox hospital in a purely milk-producing parish where there is no public supply of water and no system of public sewerage, and having regard to the highly infectious nature of this disease and the strong opposition of the parishioners, he will refuse his consent to its erection?

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