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Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Class Sizes: Romsey ( 2 Jul 2008)

Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what the pupil-teacher ratio in (a) primary and (b) secondary schools was in Romsey constituency in (i) January 1997, (ii) January 1998 and (iii) the most recent year for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Transport: Roads: Accidents ( 6 Oct 2008)

Jim Fitzpatrick: The numbers of deaths in reported personal injury road accidents in Romsey constituency, the city of Southampton, Hampshire excluding Portsmouth and Southampton and the Test Valley borough in 2003 to 2007 are given in the following table. Number of fatalities 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Romsey constituency(1) 12 4 5 2 8 Southampton 6 2 4 4 5 Hampshire...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Post Office Card Account: Romsey (19 Nov 2008)

Rosie Winterton: Information is not available in the precise format requested. The following table shows the number of benefit and pension accounts paid into a Post Office card account in Romsey constituency in each of the last five years. Post Office Card Accounts As at April each year Number 2004 560 2005 3,700 2006 3,660 2007 3,480 2008 3,210 Note s : 1. Figures are...

Motor Industry (17 Dec 2008)

Christopher Huhne: I hope that the Minister will include the Liberal Democrats in his encomium to Labour Members. We have motor industries in our constituencies as well —in Romsey, Eastleigh and Solihull—and we are, proportionately, the most highly represented group in this debate.

Written Answers — Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform: Small Businesses: South East (15 Jan 2009)

Ian Pearson: ...2004 to 4,465 at the start of 2008. The number of VAT-registered businesses in Test Valley rose from 4,550 at the start of 2004 to 4,895 at the start of 2008. The number of VAT-registered businesses in Romsey parliamentary constituency rose from 3,575 at the start of 2004 to 3,755 at the start of 2008. VAT registrations do not capture all business activity. Businesses are unlikely to be...

Written Answers — Health: Dental Services: Romsey (27 Jan 2009)

Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people in Romsey constituency received treatment from an NHS dentist in each year from 1997 to 2008.

Building a High-Skilled Economy (17 Jun 2010)

Caroline Nokes: ...described as having a grandness that personifies the swaggering confidence of Palmerston. I can assure fellow Members that there will be no swaggering from me today. Although Palmerston was born in Romsey, he never served as its Member of Parliament, so I will not pay tribute to him as a predecessor-and anyway, going back to the 19th century would be somewhat stretching the point. He did,...

Bill Presented — National Insurance Contributions Bill: Backbench Business — [5th Allotted Day] — Contaminated Blood and Blood Products (14 Oct 2010)

Caroline Nokes: ...celebrate the fact that we finally have the opportunity to hold this debate on the Floor of the House of Commons some 20 years after the subject under discussion became an issue. Not many people in Romsey and Southampton North have been infected as a result of having received contaminated blood products, but a handful have, and it is tragic to hear some of them say that although they would...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Student Loans Company: Complaints ( 7 Feb 2011)

David Willetts: ...figures by constituency, but is able to identify complaints raised by individual Members of Parliament. SLC records show my hon. Friend raised three disputes on behalf of your constituents in Romsey and Southampton North. These were dealt with in July and September 2010 and in January 2011 and there are currently no cases known to be pending a resolution. As of 3 February, the latest date...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: New Businesses: Romsey (14 Jul 2011)

Caroline Nokes: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office how many business start-ups there have been in Romsey and Southampton North constituency since 22 June 2010.

Park Homes (29 Nov 2011)

Caroline Nokes: ...number of park homes were dotted around my constituency, there are more than 200 spread over seven sites. To some colleagues, especially those from the south-west, that will seem a tiny number, but in Romsey and Southampton North it represents a significant and at times vulnerable minority. I pay particular tribute to my constituent, Tim Deacon, a member of the park homes residents...

Scotland Bill: National Planning Policy Framework (26 Apr 2012)

Caroline Nokes: ...I am not alone in having received many representations on the draft NPPF, but, coinciding as it did with the publication of the borough council's core strategy, it has been of particular interest in Romsey and Southampton North, and especially to residents of the market town of Romsey and the surrounding villages. In many respects, Romsey and Southampton North could be described as a...

Backbench Business: Beer Duty Escalator ( 1 Nov 2012)

Caroline Nokes: ..., but I am pleased to say that after a short gap Romsey is now host to a micro-brewery in Flack Manor, which brews some wonderful ales. The proprietor of Flack Manor, Nigel Welsh, and publicans in Romsey and Southampton North have forcefully told me that the beer duty escalator is deeply harmful to their commercial success. They are not alone; their opposition is shared by such august...

Charitable Registration — [Jim Dobbin in the Chair] (13 Nov 2012)

Caroline Nokes: ...right hon. and hon. Members that they were open and willing to engage with passers-by and wanted to talk to us about their faith. It was always an enlightening experience. There is no gospel hall in Romsey, and the ruling on the Preston Down Trust suggests that if the Plymouth Brethren achieve the aim of establishing one, which they are actively seeking, they will fall into the same trap...

Children and Families Bill: New Clause 9 — Transfer of EHC plans (11 Jun 2013)

Caroline Nokes: ..., I will try to do so. It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Torbay (Mr Sanders), who has spoken on the specific issue of diabetes in schools. I was contacted only last week by a family in Romsey whose four-year-old son is due to start school in September. They had been told that, should he feel a “hypo” coming on, it would be his responsibility to get himself to the school...

Opposition Day — [3rd Allotted Day] — Arts and Creative Industries (19 Jun 2013)

Caroline Nokes: ...funded by the public purse, but brought together by the community. We have the brilliant Test Valley Arts foundation, which has a community outreach programme encouraging young artists, and in Romsey we have the Plaza theatre. There is a genuine appreciation of the arts in every form, and, dare I say, a love of them. I do not want to portray the Plaza theatre as the domain of luvvies, for...

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — Localism in Planning (17 Jul 2013)

Caroline Nokes: ...on a local planning authority, which can show how vexed the world of planning and politics can be. I want to make some basic points as briefly as I can. The first is about a brownfield-first policy. In Romsey, we have waited since 1983 for the brewery site, the only major brownfield site in the town, to be developed. At last, there is some real progress, but it has taken 30 years. There...

Backbench Business — Private Members’ Bills: Cycling ( 2 Sep 2013)

Caroline Nokes: interesting to note—this comes from the Breeze website—that more than three times as many men as women participate in cycling. In Hampshire, the bikability scheme is run by Mountbatten school in Romsey. It gave evidence to the all-party group and has contributed to the “Get Britain Cycling” report, which is an excellent report containing brilliant ideas. Annually, the Hampshire...

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies (21 Jan 2014)

Caroline Nokes: ...with the tie. That caused difficulties for the local community, which then sought to establish a community buy-out to make sure that their much-loved local is still open. There are numerous examples in Romsey and Southampton North of previously successful and popular pubs shutting their doors. Some of the closures have been temporary. I am pleased that the Hunters inn in Romsey, for...

Business of the House: Winter Floods ( 6 Feb 2014)

Caroline Nokes: Flooding from failed sewers has a devastating effect on householders and is a health hazard. In Romsey there is a particular problem with Victorian sewers that have been overwhelmed by the ingress of surface water. What reassurance can my right hon. Friend provide that the extended Bellwin scheme will assist fiscally prudent counties such as Hampshire to help our communities?

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