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Access to GP Services and NHS Dentistry (21 Jun 2022)

Richard Fuller: ...-first been in place. In my constituency, there is a cramped surgery in Great Barford that could move to a perfectly good, agreeable building opposite that would provide better facilities. Arlesey has had a significant increase in population. I visited its GP practice just two weeks ago. There is no air conditioning, and the doors mean someone could walk in on a GP during their session...

Income Tax (Charge) (28 Oct 2021)

Richard Fuller: .... Some measures were very relevant to my constituency. There is a great interest, for example, in support for buses, and rural bus services in particular. This is especially true in Stockfold and Arlesey, and the additional funds will be welcome. There is a great interest in and support for active travel networks—for cycling and walkways—particularly in the new developments between...

House Building Targets: North East Bedfordshire (9 Jun 2021)

Richard Fuller: .... The effects of this house building are already having an impact on the availability of local services. Difficulties in accessing GP services are already being felt across my constituency: from Arlesey and Stotfold to Biggleswade and Sandy to Harrold and to Sharnbrook, residents have contacted me to say how increasingly difficult it is to access GP services. This is not to do with covid;...

Transport: Topical Questions (11 Mar 2021)

Richard Fuller: People in Bedfordshire who commute to London on the Bedford midland main line can already take advantage of flexible season tickets or carnet tickets, but my constituents who use stations in Arlesey, Sandy and Biggleswade cannot. When will my hon. Friend come forward with flexible season tickets, so that all my constituents can take advantage of them?

Statutory Sick Pay and Protection for Workers (18 Mar 2020)

Richard Fuller: ...for Airdrie and Shotts (Neil Gray) about the public’s response. This week, I have met churches that are working on good neighbourhood schemes. I spoke today with a playwright in the village of Arlesey who is setting up a group to bring skills together in the community, to assist people. We are seeing the best of people, but as some Members have said, we are also seeing the worst of...

Health and Social Care: Access to GPs (28 Jan 2020)

Richard Fuller: As part of the council area with the second-largest population increase in the country, the people of Biggleswade, Sandy, Arlesey and Stotfold are at their wits’ end over access to GP appointments. What special attention will the Secretary of State pay to those areas of large population growth to make sure that increases in housing are matched by increased access to GPs?

Valedictory Debate (5 Nov 2019)

Alistair Burt: ...I have a couple of local matters to raise. I ask the Leader of the House please to ensure that the A1 is moved eastward from its current position, to save Sandy, and that trains do not keep skipping Arlesey station. Thirdly, I have a national request. After the inquiry, please make sure that the victims of the contaminated blood scandal, whose tie I am wearing today, receive justice for...

Transport: North East Bedfordshire (8 Oct 2019)

George Freeman: .... I would like to offer some explanation for the performance issues that are affecting my right hon. Friend’s constituents. I know that the railway stations in the towns of Sandy, Biggleswade and Arlesey are vital pieces of public infrastructure. Whether people use rail services to commute to work, to visit family or for any other reason, it is crucial that they can rely on receiving a...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Great Northern Railway Line (24 Jun 2019)

Alistair Burt: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps he is taking to tackle the practice of stop-skipping on the Great Northern line at Arlesey.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Rail Network (Disruption) (5 Jan 2015)

Alistair Burt: My constituents coming from Biggleswade, Sandy and Arlesey into King’s Cross were of course inconvenienced and annoyed by what happened, but they are sensible enough to appreciate that the improvements being done were for their benefit and for the benefit of the line, as they have seen over the past few years. May they also add their sensible voices to those expressing concern about any...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Topical Questions (15 Dec 2014)

Alistair Burt: ...vexatious freedom of information requests, inappropriate pressure from members of the public, and sometimes problems of resolving their difficulties with a monitoring council, such as those between Arlesey and Central Bedfordshire in my constituency? Does such a problem arise rather more often these days?

Written Answers — Health: Hospitals: Patients (8 Apr 2010)

Diane Abbott: ..., (k) Bushey Fields Hospital, (l) Central Hospital, Hatton, (m) Cheadle Royal Hospital, (n) Colney Hatch Lunatic Asylum, (o) Earls House Hospital, (p) Epsom Cluster, (q) Fairfield Hospital (Arlesey), (r) Fulbourn Hospital, (s) Haleacre Unit, (t) Hampshire County Lunatic Asylum, (u) Hanwell Asylum, (v) Hellingly Hospital, (w) Holloway Sanatorium, (x) Leavesden Mental Hospital,...

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill (26 Feb 2010)

Alistair Burt: ...the Minister and DCLG, and it is reflected in the regulations under proposed new section 5B of the 2007 Act. I have some 50 parish councils in my constituency, together with the town councils of Arlesey, Stotfold, Biggleswade, Sandy and Potton. No Member who engages regularly with their local parish and town councils can doubt their effectiveness or their involvement in so many matters...

Business, Innovation and Skills: First Capital Connect (12 Nov 2009)

Alistair Burt: My constituents and I use both the First Capital Connect lines: the Great Northern and the Thameslink. Indeed, my constituents who were using Sandy, Biggleswade and Arlesey stations last week to go to remembrance events could not get there. As the Minister is given at least 24 hours' notice of changes in timetables, can he tell us whether there is any suggestion that there will be further...

Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill [ Lords] (1 Jun 2009)

Alistair Burt: ...local authority will have to provide, but the local authority and its councillors are not accountable for decisions taken that dramatically affect their local communities. The issues in Stotfold and Arlesey in particular, where Conservative local councils have fought continuously in recent times against a very difficult development, emphasise that. When thousands of people in the area...

Written Answers — Transport: Road Improvements (11 Jan 2006)

Karen Buck: ... 16.20 Oldham Retaining Walls 14.00 Halton Silver Jubilee Bridge 11.89 Newcastle Central Motorway East 7.93 Blackburn and Darwen Freckleton Street Bridge 7.90 Bedfordshire Arlesey Bridge 7.43 Isle of Wight Undercliff Drive 5.16 East Riding A161 Dutch River Crossing, Goole 4.75 Peterborough A15 Town Rail Bridge 3.64 Thurrock A1306 Stifford Railway...

Written Answers — Transport: Trackside Debris (8 Jul 2002)

Alistair Burt: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) what action he has taken in respect of reports of sleepers and other debris being left by contractors beside the main east coast railway line in Arlesey, Bedfordshire; and if he will make a statement; (2) if he will raise with the Chief Executive of Railtrack at a meeting in the near future the issue of contractors' debris beside railway...

Written Answers — Home Department: Racial Equality (2 May 2002)

Angela Eagle: ...April. The 87 Parish Councils which responded to the consultation exercise are listed alphabetically below (but a breakdown by county is not available). Name of Parish Council Ardeley Parish Council Arlesey Town Council Ashington Parish Council Balderton Parish Council Barlaston Parish Council Barton Mills Parish Council Beccles Town Council Birchanger Parish Council Birstall Parish...

National Stadium (19 Dec 2001)

Alistair Burt: Is the right hon. Lady not embarrassed about the fact that in the years since the Taylor report, clubs the length and breadth of the country from Livingstone to Blackburn to Arlesey in my constituency have developed wonderful stadiums without any of the fuss that she has been through? Is she not embarrassed about the fact that on being given the World cup to host, the French developed a...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Major Road Schemes (18 Dec 2001)

Sally Keeble: ...further 32 schemes is already in progress. Baldock Bypass—Hertfordshire Nar-Ouse Regeneration Project—Norfolk South Lowestoft Relief Road—Suffolk W. Thurrock Regeneration Ring Road—Thurrock Arlesey Bridge Replacement—Bedfordshire A142 Fordham Bypass—Cambridgeshire A1073 Spalding to Eye Improvement—Lincs/Peterborough A617 Mansfield Ashfield Regeneration Route—Nottinghamshire...

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