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Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (14 Feb 2019)

Scott Mann: Cornwall Council has made the Camelford bypass its No. 1 priority in the context of the major road network. Will the Minister update us on the progress of the network?

Backbench Business - Improving Air Qualitybackbench Business (28 Jun 2018)

Scott Mann: .... As a rural MP, I want to highlight an issue specific to my constituency—the case of a small town in a very rural area that suffers from poor air quality—and to state why action is needed. Camelford is at the heart of my North Cornwall constituency, and has a population of only 3,000 people. It does not have any large factories with smoke pouring out, planes flying overhead or...

Petition - Camelford Bypass (25 Jun 2018)

Scott Mann: Over the past four years of knocking on doors in the Camelford area, the No. 1 issue that residents have raised with me is the need for a bypass. The A39 is a very busy road, running down the spine of North Cornwall, connecting some of my busiest towns, with thousands of lorries passing along it every day. Because of the layout of the town centre, the A39 acts as a narrow funnel running...

Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Jul 2017)

Theresa May: My hon. Friend makes an important point. It is right that we should recognise the role that post offices play in rural communities, and not only in places such as Camelford and St Minver in his constituency, but in the constituencies of other hon. Members. We have invested more than £2 billion in the network up to 2018. The number of post offices is actually at its most stable for decades....

Air Quality Strategy (24 Apr 2017)

Scott Mann: Thank you very much, Mr Speaker. The Secretary of State and other DEFRA Ministers will be well aware of the challenges facing Camelford, in my constituency, which was recently subjected to an air quality assessment, and which is in the very early stages of being granted a bypass. I hope that the Secretary of State will support me, and the local community, in our bid for a new bypass in Camelford.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Air Quality (19 Jan 2017)

Scott Mann: Camelford in north Cornwall suffers from very high levels of pollution, because of the A39 running straight through its town centre. Will my hon. Friend congratulate Camelford Town Council on the work that it has done to address the air quality? Will she work with the council and me to tackle the problem in the town?

Fifa: Britain in the World (1 Jun 2015)

Scott Mann: ...directly off his boat; the farmer from Davidstow who seeks a good price for his crops, milk and beef; the young family from Blisland who are looking to purchase their first home; the pensioner from Camelford who seeks security in his old age; or the entrepreneur from Bude who is looking to set up and run a business for the first time. I am here for them. During my candidacy, I literally...

Railway Services (North Cornwall) (18 Jun 2013)

Dan Rogerson: ...through north Cornwall. It had connections to Bude, and ran through Launceston and other places where many people would love to go to if the railway line still existed. It also went through Camelford and Port Isaac, where the Doc Marten series attracts thousands of tourists every year, and then on to Wadebridge and Padstow. The services on that line were victims of the Beeching cuts. In...

Public Bill Committee: Education Bill: Clause 59 (5 Apr 2011)

Dan Rogerson: ...of the capital. There is concern that capital that becomes available for improvements from sites surplus to requirement elsewhere should be focused on meeting identified need. The primary school in Camelford, another town in my constituency, has now moved to the site of the Sir James Smith secondary school—a school named after a Conservative MP, which I am sure the Minister is pleased to...

Financial Support (Students) (15 Dec 2010)

Dan Rogerson: ...will need to think very carefully about what they can do. I shall return to the issue of transport, which is crucial, particularly in an area such as mine. I have had e-mails from a constituent in Camelford, whose daughter and son get EMA for their education and feel that it is not enough. There is a transport element to getting to the college, and other costs. They believe that they need...

Schools Funding (Cornwall) (2 Feb 2010)

Vernon Coaker: ...over the current spending review period, including £18.5 million to support the delivery of the primary capital programme. The hon. Gentleman will also know of the exemplar project to rebuild Camelford school. The main thrust of the hon. Gentleman's speech was about the dedicated schools grant, notwithstanding the point about the pupil premium. He will know that the DSG is being reviewed,...

Delegated Legislation: NHS (Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly) (17 Jun 2009)

Dan Rogerson: get it right because, although those who need in-depth treatment or surgery will get themselves to hospital somehow, those with something that is not life-threatening may, like the lady in Camelford, choose not to go. That is part of the problem that prevents good outcomes.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Area-based Initiatives (4 Sep 2006)

Barry Gardiner: ...Town Community strategic plan produced/expected South west RDA funding (central) MCTA interim funding( 1) Local authority funding Bodmin July 2005(2) 60,000 9,984 (3)6,000 Camelford and Delabole November 2004(2) 26,500 0 2,500 Hayle September 2006 60,000 0 (3)6,000 Helston September 2006 55,000 5,000 (3)5,500 Launceston April 2004(2) 50,000 500...

[Derek Conway in the Chair] — Buncefield Oil Depot Fire (19 Jul 2006)

Anne Main: I thank my hon. Friend for pointing that out. I shall give a little history lesson. We are all old enough to remember the Camelford incident in 1988. That was a different environmental disaster affecting water sources. Acidic aluminium sulphate got into the water sources and caused a level of toxicity that worried local residents. However, according to the newspapers of the day, South West...

Written Answers — Transport: Transport Infrastructure (14 Mar 2006)

Karen Buck: ...would also be required to the harbour facilities at both Penzance and St. Mary's. £32 million Bid submitted—possible decision later this year. Highway Agency Schemes A39 Camelford Distributor Road £6.8 million (approved DfT contribution) Scheme provisionally approved in 2000. Subsequent approval stages dependent on local authority progress with scheme preparation...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Roads: Improvement Schemes (14 Feb 2006)

Lord Davies of Oldham: ... £17.198 million £17.198 million 0 A57(T) M1 Junction 31 to Todwick Crossroads £6.264 million £11.900 million 90 A165 Reighton Bypass £6.550 million £6.564 million 0.2 A39 Camelford Bypass £6.8 million £14.4 million ill A391 St Austell to Bodmin £30.35 million £57 million 88 Barnstaple Western Bypass £32.5 million £43.078 million 33 A354...

Transport (South-West) (21 Nov 2005)

Derek Twigg: ...but the majority of resources—nearly £38 million—come from central Government funds. Two further schemes in Cornwall have received provisional approval for more than £37 million—the A39 Camelford distributor road and the A391 St. Austell to A30 link road. Work has begun on the Highways Agency scheme to replace the single carriageway A30 trunk road between the Bodmin bypass and the...

Written Answers — Transport: A39 (29 Jun 2005)

Dan Rogerson: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what assessment he has made of the adequacy of the funding of the new section of the A39 at Camelford; and if he will make a statement.

Foreign Affairs and Defence (18 May 2005)

Dan Rogerson: ..., from the china clay-mining belt across the wilderness of Bodmin moor to the Tamar. It includes the popular coastal resorts of Newquay, Padstow and Bude, the historic towns of Bodmin, Wadebridge, Camelford, Launceston, Stratton and St. Columb, and a vibrant network of village communities. Its people are independent-minded, with a strong sense of identity. Its economy is based primarily on...

Written Answers — Transport: Roads Budget (4 Apr 2005)

Mr David Jamieson: ...(mixed public transport and roads) North West Taunton Package Barnstaple Western Bypass—Weymouth Relief Road Salisbury Brunel link/Harnham relief road Poole Bridge Regeneration scheme A39 Camelford Distributor Road in Cornwall A391 St. Austell to A30 Cornwall Salford A57 Cadishead Way Rearsby Bypass in Leicestershire Partney Bypass in Lincolnshire Mansfield Ashfield Regeneration Route in...

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