All 19 results for arnside

Second Home Ownership: Cumbria (19 Dec 2018)

Tim Farron: ...second home ownership in Cumbria. It is a pleasure and an honour to serve under your chairmanship, Dame Cheryl. My constituency is an awesome place, with the Lake district, the Yorkshire dales, the Arnside and Silverdale area of outstanding natural beauty, the Cartmel peninsula and the rolling hills of south Westmorland alongside the stunning old grey town of Kendal. It may come as a...

Rail Services: Cumbria (20 Jun 2018)

Tim Farron: ...right to say what she has said. As I said, over the past few months the Lakes, Furness and Cumbrian Coast lines have all experienced shocking services. My constituents who use the stations at Arnside, Grange-over-Sands, Kents Bank and Cark have experienced service equally dreadful to that experienced by those who use Oxenholme, Kendal, Burneside, Staveley and Windermere. That is not the...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: *No heading* (13 Apr 2016)

Rory Stewart: ..., subject to the Environment Agency concluding a review of its need. This is in addition to other schemes within the Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency, such as £450,000 being spent on the Arnside embankment. The Environment Agency will shortly publish their initial assessments.

Furness Line (28 Oct 2014)

Tim Farron: ...passengers and freight from the main line at Lancaster through to Barrow, with the largest section of the line running through my constituency and the South Lakeland district. There are stations at Arnside, Grange-over-Sands, Kents Bank and Cark, which are well used and take tourists, commuters and schoolchildren, among others, to and from destinations along this economically vital and...

Housing Market Renewal (12 Jul 2011)

Luciana Berger: ..., and they are dedicated to doing everything they possibly can to leverage in that funding. Liverpool is actively market testing refurbishment-based solutions for three of its neighbourhoods—Arnside road, Granby Four Streets and Webster Triangle. Initial indications are that there may be interest from partners to deliver in some of those areas. Meanwhile, in the renewal areas, new homes...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (10 Nov 2008)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ...funding it receives and it is inappropriate to relate the total funding of any AONB to its area. The total funding being provided by Natural England to each of the AONBs for 2008-09 is: £ Arnside and Silverdale 180,871 Blackdown Hills 213,481 Cannock Chase 185,968 Chichester Harbour 188,816 Chilterns 570,638 Cornwall 235,666 Cotswolds 577,926 Cranborne...

Written Answers — Transport: Railway Stations (16 Mar 2006)

Derek Twigg: There are 44 railway stations in Cumbria that do not have either (a) a waiting room, (b) toilets or (c) disabled access. These are in the following list: Armathwaite Arnside Askam Aspatria Barrow in Furness Bootle Brampton (Cumbria) Braystones Burneside Cark-in-Cartmel Carnforth Corkickle Dalston Dalton-in-Furness Dent Drigg Flimby Foxfield Garsdale Grange O Sands Green Road Harrington Kendal...

The Economy and Welfare Reform (25 May 2005)

Tim Farron: ...contains significant swathes of two of our most breathtaking national parks—the Yorkshire dales and the Lake district, of which it has the largest chunk. Parts of the Furness peninsulas and the Arnside and Silverdale area of outstanding natural beauty also fall within the seat. Ours is a land of mountains and lakes, from the Furness mountains in the west to the Howgills near Sedbergh in...

Written Answers — Home Department: Peter Sutcliffe (2 Feb 2005)

Mr Tim Collins: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department in what circumstances he would permit a return visit by Peter Sutcliffe to Arnside in Cumbria.

Written Answers — Home Department: Peter Sutcliffe (1 Feb 2005)

Mr Tim Collins: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what factors he took into consideration before his decision to allow Peter Sutcliffe to visit Arnside in Cumbria on 17 January; and what costs were incurred in (a) preparing for and (b) undertaking that visit by (i) Cumbria Constabulary, (ii) Broadmoor and (iii) other public bodies.

Local Government and Regional Assemblies (16 Jun 2004)

Lord Greaves: ..., each councillor will have to represent far more people than is currently the case. We are being offered a choice of a unitary county council for the whole of Lancashire, from Carnforth and the Arnside peninsula in the north to west Lancashire, Ormskirk, Skelmersdale, which is a Liverpool suburb, and up into the hills where I live in east Lancashire. We are being offered one local...

Morecambe Bay (Deaths) (9 Feb 2004)

Mr Tim Collins: Will the Minister join me in paying tribute to the professional and volunteer rescue workers from the northern end of Morecambe bay—including Arnside, Grange-over-Sands and Kendal in my constituency—who took part in the activities on Thursday night? This was a real tragedy, and it was a horrendous night for everyone. Will the Minister also understand, however, that there is real anger...

Prayers: Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (30 Jun 1999)

Alan Meale: ...and in landscape, ranging from one that includes the limestone grassland and pretty villages of the Cotswolds to one that is less than a twenty-fifth of that size—the salt marshes and cliffs of Arnside and Silverdale. Of course, we must not forget the Gower, which has an extremely varied range of coastal and inland habitats. It is useful at this point to remember that the legislation...

Ways and Means: A590 (Levens Bridge — Ulverston) (30 Apr 1974)

Mr Neil Carmichael: ..., eight separate improvement schemes to the A590 between Levens Bridge and Barrow have been completed. In February 1970, proposals were published for a new link road across the Kent Estuary and Arnside to serve Barrow and the rest of the Furness area. However, following a public inquiry into the considerable weight of objections received, the then Secretary of State decided in December...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: A590 (Lindale Bypass) (15 Nov 1972)

Mr Keith Speed: A new line for a bypass of Lindale is part of the proposals for the Barrow (Arnside) Link. It will, therefore, be dealt with in the decision which my right hon. Friend hopes to announce shortly.

Oral Answers to Questions — North-West Industrial Development Association (25 Jan 1972)

Mr Edward Heath: ...evidence that a lack of skilled draughtsmen was delaying the take-up of the higher house improvement grants available in the assisted areas. My letter also described the progress being made on the Arnside Link Road and on improvements to the Calder Valley Road.

Prayers: Northern Region (Economic Situation) (19 Feb 1971)

Mr Michael Jopling: ...I attended the inquiry and gave evidence to the effect that I thought that it was wrong at this stage to be deciding whether or not the Barrow link road should be built across the Morecambe Bay at Arnside, because later this year we shall receive the report of the Morecambe Bay Feasibility Study and we shall hear what conclusions the Water Resources Board has reached about the possibility...

Industrial Development (Lancaster) (13 Feb 1967)

Mr Stanley Henig: ..., I hope nevertheless that it will bear in mind the possibility of revising speedily the existing frontiers. In Lancaster we have the absurdity that 30 or 40 miles to the north little villages like Arnside, for example, have been made development areas. Lancaster has not. Moreover, bearing in mind what has just happened, a special factor is that Lancaster and Morecambe together—I think...

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