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Debate on the Address: Education and Local Services (27 Jun 2017)

Paul Blomfield: ...disaster deserves. My constituency has most of Sheffield’s high-rise housing and the council has acted promptly to check the safety of properties. Indeed, the cladding of one, Hanover Tower in Broomhall, has failed the test. The council has met tenants and taken immediate action, but the issue will cost money to resolve. Beyond that one block, the council is also putting in place the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Connecting Communities (23 Feb 2010)

Lord McKenzie of Luton: ... 61,000 Sandwell MBC Brickhouse and Springfield, 304,000 Blackheath and Grace Mary Friar Park Ocker Hill Tibbington Estate, Princes End Sheffield City Council Broomhall 76,500 Fir Vale Manor Castle South Holland District Council Holbeach 78,000 Long Sutton Sutton Bridge South Tyneside MBC Central Jarrow 40,000 ...

Written Answers — Transport: Crosswind Runway (26 Jan 2004)

John Barrett: ...which increased use of the crosswind runway, as outlined in the Aviation White Paper, will have on (a) noise and (b) pollution levels in (i) North Gyle, (ii) Gogarloch, (iii) Wester Broom and (iv) Broomhall areas.

Foot and Mouth (9 Apr 2001)

Stephen O'Brien: ...that has been one of the few routes by which MPs have been able to raise serious issues on behalf of constituents? The Intervention Board is clearly in crisis. Mr. John Barnett, of Mickley hall, in Broomhall near Nantwich in Cheshire, now has more than 1,000 pigs waiting to be accepted for the animal welfare slaughter scheme, even though he applied on 23 February. As of today, he has still...

Opposition Day: Local Authorities (Capital Expenditure) (27 Feb 1985)

Mr Bill Michie: ...means that the city cannot service the areas which it, and the Government know are priorities because of the dangers they pose. Ministers and the city council have agreed that those living in the Broomhall flats should be decanted to other properties. That presents a difficulty, as we cannot achieve much new build in Sheffield. It has been agreed also that the flats should be demolished...

Written Answers — Environment: Sheffield (Housing) (19 Oct 1981)

...Corporation, are as follows: Housing Associations Dwellings South Yorkshire 436 North Counties 1,093 Yorkshire Metropolitan 126 North Sheffield 171 North Cheshire 116 Hallam 311 Sheffield Broomhall Abbeyfield Society 1 Total 2,254There are, in addition, 396 dwellings owned by co-ownership housing societies. The dwellings owned by the Hallam housing association and the...

Orders of the Day — Castle School, Sheffield (14 Jul 1970)

Mr John Osborn: ...s School. I have been in touch with the people involved, and they have expressed concern about the priorities affecting even my own constituency. This involves the Church of England development at Broomhall and the closure of primary school places in my constituency. The distortion of priorities could affect the whole school programme in Sheffield, and Sheffield citizens want an assurance...

Feuduties, Multures and Long Leases (Scotland) (24 Jan 1968)

Mr James Davidson: ...—and he automatically becomes the owner.He uses his right of pre-emption to out-buy others. Already Lord Bruce owns two hotels, a sub-post office, general store and many houses on his estate of Broomhall.For generations, the house owners have paid feu duty in kind. The next letter comes from Sutherland and says: This feudal crime not only lingers, it flourishes. Hence all power to your...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture. (20 Jul 1931)

Mr R.A. Butler: ...when the index figure slumped, and that was the precise moment when the Russian Government took steps to debate prices in this country. That is a scientific fact, and I am basing my figures on Broomhall, whom I take to be a much bigger authority than the hon. Member or indeed myself. The same thing occured in the shipments of barley from the Danube Ports. It was done in a manner which we...


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