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Orders of the Day — Police (Northern Ireland) Bill: Bracknell Primary Care Group (21 Nov 2000)

Andrew MacKay: ...assistants voted, and the whole practice in B infield had to be counted in the Wokingham vote because at that point it had not been transferred to the Bracknell primary care group area, even though Binfield is part of Bracknell Forest borough. The second vote, for which all GPs were eligible, overwhelmingly supported trust status for the primary care group. In addition to that, all the...

Central Berkshire (24 Jul 1987)

Mrs Marion Roe: ...the period when decisions on two appeals could be subject to legal challenge. My comments must take that into account. I should also say that in two appeals — Shipnell's farm and Wicks Green, Binfield — there has not been a final decision. The appeals have been referred back for consideration of agreements on various matters. I think a main concern is that we have actually dealt with...

Orders of the Day — Berkshire (Development) (8 May 1985)

...and Berkshire. The bulk of them will be north of Bracknell, which has been asked to provide 5,150 houses. That will destroy the local village communities—such picturesque villages as Warfield, Binfield, Chevey Down and Winkfield Row will be flooded with new houses. There are no more than 600 or 700 houses in Warfield, but it is expected to provide an additional 3,000 houses. We have a...

Orders of the Day — Telecommunications Bill: Berkshire (Planning and Development) (14 Dec 1983)

Andrew MacKay: ...up my constituency. Let me explain some of the reasons why we oppose the development. First, it will spoil outstandingly beautiful countryside, particularly round the villages of Warfield and Binfield. There are at present 600 to 800 houses in the parish of Warfield. It is proposed through the structure plan foisted on the county council by the Government to permit the building of 4,000...

Aircraft Noise (10 Nov 1961)

Mr Marcus Lipton: ...matter with the then Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry, who is now Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Housing and Local Government. My complaint arose from the fact that I live near Binfield, in Berkshire. That has no particular significance except that it is in the line of flight of the Boeings and Comets leaving London Airport to cross the Atlantic. When I first took up the...

Sessional Orders: Debate on the Address (28 Oct 1958)

Mr Marcus Lipton: who drive their cattle along the public highway. We know that they are entitled to do so, even where it is possible for them to drive their cattle across their own land. Where I live, in Binfield, regularly at least once a year the whole of the roadway and the verges, which are carefully preserved and tended by people living in the cottages alongside, are trampled down, ditches...

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Bracknell Development Corporation (Appointment) (25 Oct 1955)

Mr Marcus Lipton: On a point of order. In view of the attack which has been made upon me, may I very respectfully point out to you, Mr. Speaker, that I happen to be a resident of Binfield, which is in the area of one of the local authorities concerned?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Easthampstead (7 Aug 1947)

Sir Charles Mott-Radclyffe: asked the Minister of Health what additional building labour has been employed on the Easthampstead Rural District Council housing sites at Skimped Hill and Binfield Road, Bracknell, during the last two months.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Bracknell (15 May 1947)

Sir Charles Mott-Radclyffe: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that Messrs. Laceys (Hounslow), Ltd., who obtained a contract with the Easthampstead Rural District Council to build 16 permanent houses in Binfield Road, Bracknell, and 22 permanent houses at Skimped Hill, Bracknell, the former due by contract for completion on 11th December, 1946, and the latter by 30th June, 1947, have, up to date, roofed...

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