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Hedge End Train Station: Accessibility (21 Oct 2020)

Paul Holmes: I rise to raise with the Government an issue that has been a long-standing concern of my constituents living in Hedge End, Botley, West End and Fair Oak, and that is the lack of accessibility at Hedge End train station in my constituency. It is good to see present in the Chamber my right hon. Friend the Member for Romsey and Southampton North (Caroline Nokes) and my constituency neighbour,...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Step free access at London Underground stations: Step free access at London Underground stations (22 Jul 2020)

Caroline Pidgeon: ...state the reasons why step free access was not completed at Cockfosters, Amersham, Ickenham, Wimbledon Park, Debden, Osterley, Hanger Lane, Northolt, Sudbury Hill, Harrow-on-the Hill and Burnt Oak London Underground stations by the end of 2019/2020 despite TfL website stating as recently as February 2020 that they would become step free by the end of 2019/2020. Further to your answer in...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Completion of TfL projects: Completion of TfL projects (8 Jun 2020)

Caroline Pidgeon: ...of Crossrail Northern Line extension step free access at Cockfosters, Amersham, Ickenham, Wimbledon Park, Debden, Osterley, Hanger Lane, Northolt, Sudbury Hill, Harrow-on-the Hill and Burnt Oak London Underground stations Bank Station upgrade Silvertown road tunnel roll-out of rapid charging points

Questions to the Mayor of London — Step free access: Step free access (28 Feb 2020)

Caroline Pidgeon: TfL’s website currently states in the year 2019/20: Amersham, Burnt Oak, Cockfosters, Debden, Hanger Lane, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Ickenham, Mill Hill East, Northolt, Osterley, Sudbury Hill and Wimbledon Park will become step free. For each of the stations please state the actual month this year when step free access will start to operate.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Concerns over OPDC Spending: Concerns over OPDC Spending (16 Jan 2020)

Caroline Pidgeon: Are you confident in OPDC spending public money when there are several significant risks and unresolved issues on the site including: the loss of the Car Giant site; the uncertainty surrounding Old Oak North station due to the HS2 review and potential skills shortages in the construction industry?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Ancient Oak trees in Sydenham Hill Woods: Ancient Oak trees in Sydenham Hill Woods (19 Dec 2019)

Caroline Russell: A constituent has contacted me raising concerns about Southwark Council’s proposals to fell two ancient Oak trees in Sydenham Hill Woods. They ask if you will write to Southwark Council asking them to remove the felling notices against the two trees with immediate effect and engage in a proper period of consultation and dialogue with the local community about the right approach?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bombardier removing trailer vehicles at Old Oak Common: Bombardier removing trailer vehicles at Old Oak Common (19 Dec 2019)

Caroline Pidgeon: It has been reported in the media that the manufacturer Bombardier is removing two trailer vehicles from selected electric multiple units (EMUs) at Old Oak Common, before the EMU are transferred to Ilford. It is further reported that the trailers are being moved by road to Worksop for storage at Harry Needle Railroad Company’s facillity. How much has it cost to date to a) shorten the trains...

Members Sworn (17 Dec 2019)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...South Right honourable Stephen Crabb, Preseli Pembrokeshire Right honourable and learned Jeremy Paul Wright, Kenilworth and Southam Right honourable Damian Howard Green, Ashford Right honourable Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes, Romsey and Southampton North Right honourable Julian Murray Lewis, New Forest East Right honourable Maria Frances Lewis Miller, Basingstoke Right honourable David Lindon...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Childcare deposit scheme: Childcare deposit scheme (14 Nov 2019)

Caroline Pidgeon: ...for (a) Greater London Authority, (b) London Fire Brigade, (c) London Legacy Development Corporation, (d) the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime, (e) the Metropolitan Police Service, (f) the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, and (g) Transport for London.

Restoring Nature and Climate Change — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (28 Oct 2019)

Caroline Nokes: ...in a single-use plastic pot. None the less, I was struck by the image in Portcullis House of Birnam wood coming to Dunsinane, as these walking trees were paraded through the building. The humble oak tree, a fantastic symbol of our countryside, is one of the best carbon reservoirs we could have. I was disappointed that afternoon to get a beech tree rather than an oak, but I proudly took it...

EU Settlement Scheme: Looked-after Children and Care Leavers — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] (3 Sep 2019)

Tim Loughton: ...a time when they are already hard pressed to look after the record number of children from the indigenous population who have recently entered the care system. The hon. Member for Birmingham, Selly Oak pre-empted what I was going to say about the citizenship fees, which have been flagged up by the Select Committee on Home Affairs. The increase in fees over recent years, at all levels, has...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Proposed new London Overground stations in the Old Oak Common area: Proposed new London Overground stations in the Old Oak Common area (6 Aug 2019)

Caroline Pidgeon: TfL’s response to the consultation on two new London Overground stations in the Old Oak Common area stated on the 19th December 2018: ‘Funding remains a significant constraint in delivering these proposals. We are currently seeking to establish a package of funding that could enable the stations to be delivered by 2026 alongside the new HS2 and Elizabeth line station.” Please provide a...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Zero emission rail services: Zero emission rail services (29 Jul 2019)

Sadiq Khan: ...measures will help us meet my targets for a zero-emission transport network and a zero-carbon city by 2050. TfL’s action to cut emissions from rail include removing diesel trains from the Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground Line with the full route being serviced by new state-of-the-art electric trains by late summer [2019]. When the Elizabeth line is fully operational, all TfL rail...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Governance and Leadership at the OPDC: Governance and Leadership at the OPDC (29 Jul 2019)

Caroline Pidgeon: In terms of your priorities, stakeholder engagement, genuine stakeholder engagement must surely be the key one, but the Old Oak Neighbourhood Forum has told us that you have failed to listen and genuinely engage with the community. To David: why have you not adopted all the recommendations from the May 2016 review of OPDC, which included setting up regular forums outside the Board?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Cycle Network for HS2 station as part of Old Oak Common: Cycle Network for HS2 station as part of Old Oak Common (11 Jul 2019)

Caroline Russell: Campaigners tell me that HS2 Ltd is creating barriers to cycling, where a rebuilt bridge is proposed at Old Oak Common leaving it too narrow to permit cycleways. Will you use your influence via Transport for London (TfL) and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) to deliver protected cycle facilities along the length of Old Oak Common Lane and ensure any works by HS2 Ltd,...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Solar power on the Transport for London estate: Solar power on the Transport for London estate (2 Apr 2019)

Caroline Russell: ...the world’s largest solar‑powered bridge and it provides 50% of the station’s energy needs. It is a really good example. You mentioned you have managed to get solar at Whitechapel and at Old Oak, but there are a lot of recent station redevelopments like Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon Underground and Paddington Station, for example, where there are very few solar panels included....

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: Schedule to be inserted as Schedule AA1 to the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (17 Jan 2019)

Caroline Dinenage: I thank the honourable—I seem to be test-driving someone else’s teeth today, Mr Austin. I thank the hon. Member for Birmingham, Selly Oak for raising the issue and facilitating an important discussion. I have absolutely no doubt of his dedication and good intentions in the matter. I wish to offer him some reassurance, because the Bill already requires that an approved mental capacity...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: Schedule to be inserted as Schedule AA1 to the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (15 Jan 2019)

Caroline Dinenage: I thank the hon. Member for Birmingham, Selly Oak for highlighting the issue, about which I always listen to what he has to say. Of course, he is quite brilliant in his own special way, and he has taken a lot of time to engage with me and to do his homework on the subject, which is close to his heart. I am grateful for that. I share the hon. Gentleman’s sentiment. As the hon. Member for...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: Schedule to be inserted as Schedule AA1 to the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (15 Jan 2019)

Caroline Dinenage: ...and I will cover some in more detail when we reach the relevant part of the Bill. I want to get through as many as I can now that relate to this matter. The hon. Member for Birmingham, Selly Oak may have done it with a cheeky smile, but he said that I am flirting and dismissive in the way I address amendments to the Bill. Can I reassure him from the outset that I have not been dismissive...

Standards: Summer Adjournment (24 Jul 2018)

Paul Maynard: ...two-for-one deal: if he backs Blackpool for that status, I will back Southend in turn, but I have heard only a deafening silence since our last recess debate. The hon. Member for Birmingham, Selly Oak (Steve McCabe) spoke with great passion. He reminded us of the significant benchmark for Louise Brown, a significant lady in the life of this country, and all that she represents. I...


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