Results 81–100 of 800 for are in the community of in the 'Public Bill Committees'

Public Bill Committee: Communications Bill: Clause 254 - Access radio (16 Jan 2003)

Roger Gale: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No.490, in clause 254, page 222, line 7, leave out from 'services' to 'the' in line 8, and insert 'shall prohibit'. New clause 32—Community radio— '—(1) In subsection (2) of section 84 of the 1990 Act, after paragraph (a)(iii) there shall be inserted— ''or (iv) for the benefit of members of the public in a...

Public Bill Committee: Police and Justice Bill: Schedule 2 - Amendments to the Police Act 1996 (16 Mar 2006)

Nick Herbert: I agree. That is exactly the issue that the amendments seek to probe. The local community will not have any discretion over the appointment of the local commander, whose responsibility to that community will be entirely discretionary. It will depend entirely on whether they are a good local commander. In my constituency, close to where my hon. Friend the Member for Lichfield (Michael...

Public Bill Committee: Marine and Coastal Access Bill [Lords]: Schedule 1 (2 Jul 2009)

Andrew George: The hon. Lady has raised an interesting proposal. The local offices of the MFA are there. They are still part of a Government agency and not necessarily charged with achieving the objective that I am seeking to advance in the amendment. But, yes, that could be considered as a mechanism for consultation and embedding in the communities. The Local Government Association, which I have consulted...

Public Bill Committee: European Parliament (Representation) Bill: Clause 2 - Recommendations by Electoral Commission relating to changes in number ofUnited Kingdom MEPs (9 Jan 2003)

Bill Cash: I have just made that very point. Community law would be a part of a Community obligation for the purpose here. However, there is not actually any definition of Community law as such, and it can create uncertainties, if I may put it like that, if novel expressions, such as Community law for the purposes of statute, are introduced when there could have been a reference to a Community...

Public Bill Committee: High Speed Rail(London - West Midlands) Bill: Clause 55 - Grants for affected communities and businesses etc (3 Mar 2016)

Robert Goodwill: Clause 55 allows the Secretary of State to award grants to add benefit over and above committed mitigation and statutory compensation to local communities and economies that are demonstrably disrupted by the construction of HS2. As announced in October 2014, the Department introduced the Community and Environment Fund and the Business and Local Economy Fund and allocated £30 million in total...

Public Bill Committee: High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill: Grants for affected communities and businesses etc (3 Mar 2016)

Robert Goodwill: Clause 55 allows the Secretary of State to award grants to add benefit over and above committed mitigation and statutory compensation to local communities and economies that are demonstrably disrupted by the construction of HS2. As announced in October 2014, the Department introduced the Community and Environment Fund and the Business and Local Economy Fund and allocated £30 million in total...

Public Bill Committee: Gambling Bill: Clause 260 - Bingo (9 Dec 2004)

Mr Nick Hawkins: Liberal clubs, too. One has to remember that many communities comprised of particular groups that have moved to the UK have fantastically successful clubs. The hon. Member for Blackpool, North and Fleetwood may know, as I do, the Polish club in the centre of Blackpool that serves the whole area. I used to go there regularly because there were many invitations from the Polish community to all...

Public Bill Committee: Localism Bill: Clause 77 (15 Feb 2011)

Andrew Stunell: It is important to take a look at subsection (1), which makes it clear that the list relates to nominations made by community organisations. Although I accept the point made by the right hon. Member for Greenwich and Woolwich that there could be a vexatious community organisation, those nominated by communities would be on the unsuccessful nomination. There are two overlapping reasons why...

Public Bill Committee: Infrastructure Bill [Lords]: Clause 34 - Supplementary provision (8 Jan 2015)

Amber Rudd: Clause 34 is a supplementary provision with the objective of enabling proper implementation of the community electricity right regulations, if they are ever needed. The clause includes three important elements: the conferral of functions in relation to the implementation of the community electricity right; the determination of the exact stage of development at which the regulations would...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill: Clause 42 (4 Mar 2008)

Anne Main: I am intrigued by the Minister’s statement about nuclear operators liaising with communities and local authorities. Given the ongoing legacy that some of these depositories may create for a community, what are the Minister’s views on education and ongoing engagement with such communities? He felt reassured, having seen a depository in operation. How is education for the local communities...

Public Bill Committee: Small Charitable Donations Bill: Clause 8 - Meaning of “community building” (25 Oct 2012)

Pat Glass: I thought that I understood clause 8, but what with the Government amendments, I am not quite sure what is included now, so I seek clarification from the Minister. The exclusion of residential and commercial premises from the definition of “community building” removes the possibility of claiming for individual charity shops, local groups that exist only for fundraising, or groups held in...

Public Bill Committee: Agriculture Bill: Examination of Witness (23 Oct 2018)

Andrew Clark: The economic modelling that has been done suggests that it is the livestock sector—particularly beef and sheep, and especially in the lowlands. A lot of focus is given to upland farming—I have great interest in that myself, having worked on conservation and environmental schemes for most of my career at the NFU—but lowland livestock farms in marginal situations in the...

Public Bill Committee: Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Feb 2013)

Jon Benjamin: The Board of Deputies is a cross-communal representative organisation for the Jewish community, so it includes as affiliates members of all the different denominations. When they are not formally affiliated, such as the ultra-orthodox, we certainly work with those parts of the community and represent them. There are many theological differences between different parts of the...

Public Bill Committee: Housing and Planning Bill: Clause 74 (3 Dec 2015)

Roberta Blackman-Woods: We are trying to get some information from the Minister about the nature of the taper and how it will apply. Amendment 204 would ensure that the application of measures in the clause will take into account the need to promote socially cohesive communities. A number of people have written to the Committee about that. Those communities are vital for our towns and cities. We all want to live in...

Public Bill Committee: NHS Reform & Health Care Professions Bill: Clause 18 - Supplementary (6 Dec 2001)

Hazel Blears: It would be difficult to describe transferring the functions of community health councils to democratically elected local government as reducing and diluting existing powers. The decision to transfer powers to local government was broadly welcomed because local government has a standing within the community, its members are elected at local level and it represents constituents on a range of...

Public Bill Committee: Planning Bill: Clause 168 (31 Jan 2008)

Jacqui Lait: It is not often that I wish to be prescriptive in my dealings with local authorities—or anyone else, for that matter. However, I want assurances from the Government that the community infrastructure levy does not necessarily need to be paid in money when there are other ways of reimbursing a community. For example, someone could donate land, or construct a facility that does not involve the...

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 130 - Meaning of ''community sentence'' etc. (4 Feb 2003)

David Heath: Before we adjourned on Thursday, the hon. Member for Woking (Mr. Malins) asked some interesting and pertinent questions. I want to make two brief points about the clause. The first is simply an observation. Those of us who believe that community sentencing has a valuable role to play and has clear advantages in relation to some offenders and some forms of reoffending would be better served if...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 1 - Traffic officers: introduction (27 Jan 2004)

Christopher Chope: Can the Minister clarify one point? I understand that community support officers have a specific responsibility to escort abnormal loads on the motorways. I understand that traffic officers, too, will have the same duty. Community support officers are given specific powers of arrest in particular circumstances, and they are given quasi-legal responsibilities more akin to those of the police...

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 10 - Establishment of LSCBs (19 Oct 2004)

Margaret Hodge: We must remember that this body is probably one of the most important that we will establish through the Bill. It will have overarching responsibility for ensuring that the best policies and practices are in place in every local area to stop children dying. It is not just a question of who sits round the table—important though that is—but of the job that they do. We must occasionally...

Public Bill Committee: Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Bill: Clause 58 (22 Feb 2007)

Angela Smith: We will get the guidance to the hon. Gentleman as soon as possible, but I assure him that it will contain a commitment to community cohesion. That issue was raised in the evidence sessions. We are going a little wider than the clause, Mr. Chope, but I hope that you will indulge me, because this debate covers a group of clauses that hang together on a number of issues. The Government have made...


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