Results 61–80 of 4761 for sewerage

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Sewage: Rivers (2 Nov 2021)

Rebecca Pow: Eliminating harm from storm overflows is a Government priority, but we know that it will involve significant change and take time to achieve. The age of our Victorian sewerage system means a complete elimination of discharges from storm overflows would be extremely challenging and require full separation of pipes across the country, alongside other additional infrastructure. Initial...

Farming Rules for Water - Question (1 Nov 2021)

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: When will the Government be as tough on water and sewerage companies as they are on farmers? They seem to be very firm on the rules for farmers, yet last week, in a vote in the other place, they were quite happy to turn a blind eye to the sewage discharges of water companies that have been going on for 30 years. When will the Government be tough on water companies and their sewage discharges?

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Untreated Sewage: Discharge into Waterways (28 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...had many meetings, would have legally bound Ministers to ensure that untreated sewage is not discharged from overflows, eliminating them. That would have involved the complete separation of the sewerage system. We have data, which I believe will be published today, that shows that that could cost between £300 billion and £600 billion. We had to be mindful of that. The hon. Gentleman asks...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Sewage: Rivers (28 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: The age of our Victorian sewerage system means a complete elimination of discharges from storm overflows would be extremely challenging and initial assessments suggest it could cost over £150 billion according to the Storm Overflows Evidence Project, commissioned by the Storm Overflows Taskforce. The full research report will be published shortly.

Sewage Pollution: Whitburn (27 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...Again, that will genuinely help if there is still a problem in her area. We are looking at schedule 3 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 on sustainable urban drainage and we are bringing in sewerage management plans. The water company in the hon. Lady’s area, like every water company, will now have to produce drainage and sewerage management plans so we can clearly see their...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Rivers: Sewage (27 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...commitments on both water companies and Government to tackle this issue. The Environment Bill includes the following new duties directly on water companies to:publish statutory Drainage and Sewerage Management Plans, for the first time, setting out how they will reduce overflows, as well as detailing other improvements, and provides the power for Government to direct companies if these...

Environment Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments: Motion J1 (as an amendment to Motion J) (26 Oct 2021)

The Duke of Wellington: Moved by The Duke of Wellington At end insert “, and do propose Amendment 45B thereto— 45B: At end insert “and insert—“141A Duty on sewerage undertakers to take all reasonable steps to ensure untreated sewage is not discharged from storm overflows into inland and coastal waters(1) A sewerage undertaker must, as soon as reasonable, take such steps as are...

Environment Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments: Motion H1 (as an amendment to Motion H) (26 Oct 2021)

Lord Chidgey: ...They are instead increasing discharges, apparently happy to risk fines running into hundreds of millions of pounds, which hardly dent their profits and could be better invested in modernising their sewerage infrastructure. I ask again: why? The powers and resources of our regulating agencies have been progressively stripped of funding, leaving them toothless and ineffective. Again, we...

Environment Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments: Motion H (26 Oct 2021)

Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park: ...monitor the water quality upstream and downstream of storm overflows and sewage disposal works and, sixthly, a new duty directly on water companies to produce comprehensive statutory drainage and sewerage management plans, setting out how they will manage and develop their drainage and sewerage system over a minimum 25-year planning horizon, including how storm overflows will be addressed...

Water and Sewerage Undertakers (Exit from Non-household Retail Market) (Consequential Provision) Regulations 2021 - Motion to Approve (26 Oct 2021)

Water and Sewerage Undertakers (Exit from Non-household Retail Market) (Consequential Provision) Regulations 2021 - Motion to Approve

NHS England Funding: Announcement to Media (25 Oct 2021)

Jon Ashworth: ...a decade of under-investment in infrastructure, the cutting of thousands of beds and raids on the capital budget. It means that today, hospitals are facing a repair bill of £9 billion, and we have sewerage pipes bursting, ceilings collapsing and equipment breaking down. The number of safety incidents in hospitals as a result of these problems has increased by 15% in the last year alone....

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Floods: Urban Areas (25 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...includes actions to support surface water flood risk actions. We are putting water company Drainage and Wastewater Plans on a statutory footing through the Environment Bill, to ensure drainage and sewerage systems are resilient to withstand the current and future pressures on them. In England, Lead Local Flood Authorities (county and unitary authorities) have the leadership role on surface...

Environment Bill: After Clause 72 - Protection of pollinators from pesticides (20 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...(Luke Pollard), also spoke powerfully on this issue. We have had much conversation about it, and I think we are coming from the same place, but I say to him that we also have the drainage and sewerage management plans, which will set out how the water companies will manage their sewerage systems, and the Government have been really clear that we expect storm overflows to be addressed in...

Delegated Legislation: Water Industry (19 Oct 2021)

That the draft Water and Sewerage Undertakers (Exit from Non-Household Retail Market) (Consequential Provision) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 20 July, be approved.—(Scott Mann.) Question agreed to.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Social Housing: East Belfast (19 Oct 2021)

Andy Allen: .... That has revealed that there are countless pieces of land across Northern Ireland that could be leveraged and used to build and support social housing. Other problems, such as those regarding the sewerage and water infrastructure, must be addressed to enable building and increase capacity. There are also problems in our planning system, whereby applications are not going through the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Communities: Social Housing: West Tyrone (19 Oct 2021)

Deirdre Hargey: ...councils through their local development plans to address any public land in particular that is being prioritised. We will also look at longer-term infrastructural needs, such as waste water and sewerage infrastructure, and at making sure that plans in Infrastructure and my Department align in order to ensure that we build more homes. I agree that the issue should be prioritised. I call on...

Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee (19 Oct 2021)

Water and Sewerage Undertakers (Exit from Non-household Retail Market) (Consequential Provision) Regulations 2021 – Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park. Orders and regulations

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Waste Water and Sewerage Capacity Crisis (5 Oct 2021)

Jonathan Buckley: ...Infrastructure but has an impact on our schools and in our communities, whether that is to do with social housing need or our economy, with the economic development that sustainable and long-term sewerage and waste water infrastructure can create. Members also mentioned climate change. Dr Aiken pointed out the level of rain that can fall in an hour in his constituency and how the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: Waste Water Infrastructure: Fermanagh and South Tyrone (4 Oct 2021)

Nichola Mallon: ...and capacity constraints affecting the council area. The development plan growth strategy should seek to maximise the use of existing infrastructure, including waste water treatment and sewerage network capacity and resources, by focusing growth in locations where capacity exists. Where infrastructure capacity constraints are identified, the council must liaise closely with Northern...


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