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Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Regional Expenditure (30 Nov 2017)

Chris Grayling: To be honest, I am less concerned with formulae than with actually doing things. I am delighted that we are renewing the Metro trains, and I said yesterday that I am very keen to pursue the Blyth to Ashington extension to the Metro line. I am very keen to ensure that we continue to develop the road network in the north-east, which is why the opening of the first complete motorway link from...

Rail Update (29 Nov 2017)

Andy McDonald: ...receipt of new investment or the delivery of new capacity. The majority of the recent problems on the railway can be traced back to the planning for control period 5, when the Office of Rail and Road said that Network Rail had to make efficiency savings of 18%. The ORR got this wrong, and the railway has suffered the consequences. We are where we are on rail, and I am afraid that the...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: ICT (17 Jul 2017)

Damian Hinds: ... Wallasey Bournemouth Dewsbury Chesterfield Sutton Coldfield Birmingham South West Manchester Town Hall (outreach) Huddersfield Lichfield Upton Washwood Heath Birmingham Broad Street Devonport Arbroath Tamworth Newton Heath Walthamstow Birmingham City Banbury Montrose Newport, Wales Openshaw Peterborough December 2017 Dunfermline Bridport...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Home Zones (6 Feb 2017)

Andrew Jones: ...in place, or where they are located, as local authorities do not have to inform the Department when they install them. Authority Scheme location Luton Haymarket Green Norfolk Cavell Road, Norwich Peterborough New England Suffolk Cambridge Road, Lowestoft Darlington Pateley Moor Crescent Gateshead Tyne Park Middlesbrough Gresham Area North Tyneside The Triangle...

Transport: North-east (23 Nov 2016)

Andrew Jones: ...argument does not seem to me a difficult one, but it is one that has to be built in to the franchise arrangements. I will happily take that back. The hon. Gentleman also asked about the Ashington, Blyth and Tyne line. The North East local enterprise partnership has asked us to consider a bid for development funding for the reintroduction of passenger services on that line, which seems to...

North of England: Transport — Motion to Take Note (17 Jun 2015)

Lord Faulkner of Worcester: ...’s railways, in which I wholeheartedly rejoice. Since 1997-98, the annual growth in passenger journeys has been around 4%, compared with just 0.3% in the previous 16 years. The Office of Rail and Road recently reported that the total number of journeys on franchise operators last year was up to 1.654 billion—the highest ever. Noble Lords, I think, will have heard me speak before about...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Roads (1 Jul 2014)

Baroness Kramer: The following trunk road de-trunking Orders have been published in the last 10 years: The A59 Trunk Road (Liverpool–Preston) (Detrunking) Order 2004 2004 No. 1801 The A6 Trunk Road (South of Leicester to A14) (Detrunking) Order 2004 2004 No. 1893 The A6 Trunk Road (Leicester to M1 Motorway) (Detrunking) Order 2004 2004 No. 1894 The A47 Trunk Road (Leicester to A1)...

Waveney (Coastal Flooding) (18 Dec 2013)

Dan Rogerson: ...recover. As for the local impact, the latest Environment Agency estimate suggests that 87 properties were flooded in the low-lying centre of the commercial heart of Lowestoft. The area of Oulton broad, which lies at the western end of Lake Lothing in Lowestoft, also suffered a second inundation by flooding from the River Waveney, some two hours after the initial tidal surge. The road...

East Coast Main Line Franchise (20 Jun 2013)

Stewart Jackson: ..., private sector capital, it is important that we have a new, long-term private partner to innovate and drive up standards on the east coast main line. It is all very well for Lord Adonis to have a road-to-Damascus conversion. Obviously, being in opposition concentrates one’s mind, but when he was a Minister he spoke out strongly for private sector provision on this particular line. I...

Scottish Parliament: Business Tourism (21 Nov 2012)

Duncan McNeil: ...in Scotland should not be bound to the cities. We should make connections out into places such as Inverclyde where, 20 minutes away, people can sail on the Firth of Clyde in conditions that Chay Blyth considers some of the best sailing in the world. It is less than an hour from the SECC. People could come down and have lunch on one of those massive cruise liners that come and visit. They...

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — Economy (North-East) (13 Nov 2012)

David Miliband: ...north-east depend on foreign investment, never mind British investment. That puts issues such as transport high up the agenda. Some of my colleagues will speak about transport, especially rail and road. As the Member in whose constituency a large part of the Port of Tyne sits, I know that ports are important. The Port of Tyne need its freight capacity strengthening. On transport, the...

Unemployment (North-east) — [Annette Brooke in the Chair] (20 Jun 2012)

Iain Wright: ...Tinto Alcan plant, with the loss of 515 jobs directly and the threat to 3,000 jobs in the supply chain, is a major blow to the economy of south-east Northumberland. My hon. Friend the Member for Blyth Valley (Mr Campbell) is in attendance and I have spoken to my hon. Friend the Member for Wansbeck (Ian Lavery) today, who wanted to attend, but is hoping to catch Mr Speaker’s eye in the...

Amendment of the Law (26 Mar 2012)

Ronnie Campbell: I received a letter this morning from my local county council, Northumberland, saying how pleased it was to have got £7 million for the roll-out of broadband. I take from that letter that the council is quite satisfied. I know the council ran a campaign and met with the Minister, and I wrote to him as well. We will have to wait and see how it all pans out. I am not sure that £7 million is...

Autumn Budget Forecast — Statement (29 Nov 2011)

Lord Sassoon: ...a year. Financial services will always be a very important industry for the UK, but we have to help other parts of the private sector in other parts of the country to grow. That means uncongested roads and railways for businesses to move products that cannot be reduced to a screen on a City trading floor. It means providing secure power sources at reasonable prices. It means creating new...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Autumn Statement (29 Nov 2011)

George Osborne: ...a year. Financial services will always be a very important industry for the UK, but we have to help other parts of the private sector in other parts of the country to grow. That means uncongested roads and railways for businesses to move products that cannot be reduced to a screen on a City trading floor. It means providing secure power sources at reasonable prices. It means creating new...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Roads: Contractors (20 Jul 2010)

Lord Laird: To ask Her Majesty's Government how the contract for the A1 Peterborough to Blyth grade separated junctions road scheme was awarded in 2005-06; how the tender was advertised; what criteria were used to select the contractor; who did the selection; and how many applications there were.

Public Bill Committee: Children, Schools and Families Bill: Clause 16 (4 Feb 2010)

Ken Purchase: ...is not known for having an embarrassment of riches in education. Sir Peter Vardy writes to complain that his academies in Northumberland get about £1,000 per pupil less than his academies down the road in Middlesbrough. He quoted figures showing that the amount per pupil for Emmanuel college was £5,900 and for the King’s academy was £7,463. His complaint was that Middlesbrough...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Energy (12 Nov 2009)

Jim Knight: ...2008 DEC details 2009 DEC details Business i dentifier Premises n ame Operational rating Operational rating number Operational rating Operational rating number Jobcentre Plus Blyth Bridge House B 40 B 38 Jobcentre Plus Garston Chessington House B 37 B 38 Jobcentre Plus Hemsworth Low Hall B 27 B 34 Jobcentre Plus Mulberry House Goole B 50 B...

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism: UK Manufacturing (9 Jul 2009)

David Anderson: ...mining—and the effect they had not just on the people working in it, but on those working across the whole of manufacturing industry. In the 1980s, the main way we supported underground coal mine roadways was by putting in arch girders. Arch girders cost £108 a set, and they were used for every yard we moved. In 186 pits, we were moving thousands of yards a week. By the early 1990s,...

[Mr. Jim Hood in the Chair] — Railways (North of England) (1 Jul 2009)

David Clelland: ...and social development of our regions. That is true of every region, but it is even truer of the north-east. Our inter-regional and intra-regional transport corridors leave much to be desired. Our road and rail infrastructure badly need investment and improvement, as well as an integrated approach that boosts investment and social mobility across the region and beyond. The east coast main...


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