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Business of the House (7 Feb 2019)

Ian Mearns: ...15 February. May I crave the indulgence of the House, and the Leader of the House, again? I have a constituent with a complex variety of significant health issues. Her name is Ms Christine Carr of Dunston, Gateshead. On 14 January I wrote to a Minister at the Department for Work and Pensions about Ms Carr not having received any benefits since 9 January, and she is still not in receipt...

Transport Safety: Blind and Visually Impaired People (6 Jun 2018)

Liz Twist: ...not the first MP to have undertaken this challenge—the Minister may well have undertaken it herself—but what I experienced really shocked me. The street where we met is in a residential area of Dunston without much street furniture and with reasonable pavements, but I found that navigating even for a short distance was fraught with difficulties. On this particular day, the bins were...

Retail Sector (6 Jun 2018)

Liz Twist: ...still the largest retail shopping centre and houses national chains as well as smaller retailers. Blaydon is made up of many small towns such as Birtley in the east, through to Whickham, Winlaton, Dunston Hill, Crawcrook, Chopwell, Rowlands Gill, Ryton and of course the town of Blaydon itself, where the shopping centre has recently been reinvigorated. All those centres provide valuable...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Flood Control (26 Jan 2017)

Therese Coffey: ...three schemes are as follows;£17 million for Burton Upon Trent Flood Alleviation Scheme (Staffordshire),£2 million for Otley Flood Alleviation Scheme (Yorkshire); and£1.7 million for Stainforth Dunston Hill Flood Alleviation Works (Yorkshire). In total the schemes will better protect 5,000 properties (4,100 home and 900 non-residential properties). £150 million of the funding is...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Flood Control: Finance (6 Dec 2016)

David Gauke: ...resilience in Dawlish and £9.5m for Axe Valley. The Midlands will receive £16.7m for flood alleviation in Burton upon Trent. The Northern regions will receive £13.7m: £1.7m for Stainforth Dunston Hill Bridge Bank Flood Alleviation Scheme, £2m for a scheme to better protect homes from flooding in Otley, and £10m for railway resilience in Manchester subject to business case approval. ...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Flood Control: Capital Investment (29 Nov 2016)

Therese Coffey: ...of new flood defence investment announced in the Autumn Statement 2016. The schemes are as follows;Burton Upon Trent Flood Alleviation Scheme,Otley Flood Alleviation Scheme; andStainforth Dunston Hill Flood Alleviation Works. In total the schemes will better protect 5,000 properties (4,100 home and 900 non-residential properties).

Business of the House (18 Jun 2015)

Jeremy Lefroy: With the resurfacing of the M6 diverting much of the night-time traffic through Penkridge, Gailey and Dunston in my constituency for up to 70 nights over the coming months, may we have a debate on how Highways England can operate resurfacing and other major works more efficiently and effectively, so that they do not cause such disturbance to residents?

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Electoral Register: Gateshead (19 Mar 2014)

Gary Streeter: ... 84.0 1.2 14.8 Bridges 73.7 2.0 24.3 Chopwell and Rowlands Gill 85.1 1.8 13.1 Chowdene 88.7 1.3 10.0 Crawcrook and Greenside 84.6 1.9 13.5 Deckham 82.8 1.5 15.7 Dunston and Teams 80.5 1.4 18.1 Dunston Hill and Whickham East 87.6 1.4 11.0 Felling 84.5 1.3 14.2 High Fell 85.5 1.9 12.6 Lamesley 84.8 2.0 13.1 Lobley Hill and...

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies (21 Jan 2014)

Toby Perkins: .... This morning, the British Beer & Pub Association claimed that tied tenants’ pubs were cheaper, but that is far removed from the reality that people see in their community. At The Nags Head in Dunston in Chesterfield, I dealt with a Marston’s tenant who was competing with Marston’s managed houses just across the road that were selling the same product at up to £1 a pint less. The...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 13 - Champions League final 2013 (24 May 2012)

Ian Mearns: My hon. Friend is exactly right about people from the regions not being able to afford to travel to London for finals. Only a fortnight ago, Dunston UTS, a club from Gateshead, travelled to Wembley for the FA vase final and played West Auckland Town AFC—two north-east teams. Unfortunately, the crowd was only 5,500 people, who had travelled from the north-east to watch two non-league teams...

Written Answers — Education: Free School Meals (27 Apr 2011)

Nick Gibb: ...39.6 Bensham 220 38.0 Birtley 180 17.2 Blaydon 310 26.2 Chopwell and Rowlands Gill 250 20.9 Chowdene 150 13.1 Crawcrook and Greenside 120 10.4 Deckham 390 36.6 Dunston 230 18.6 Felling 390 40.0 High Fell 380 31.8 Lamesley 270 24.9 Leam 460 31.5 Low Fell 50 5.0 Pelaw and Heworth 230 22.6 Ryton 130 11.8 Saltwell...

Intensive Dairy Farming (14 Dec 2010)

Stephen Phillips: not about. It is not about-at least, not specifically about-the super-dairy that developers wish to land in Nocton in my constituency, in close proximity to a number of other villages: Branston, Dunston, Potterhanworth and Metheringham, to name but four. Now that the planning application has been validated, that issue will be properly considered in due course by North Kesteven district...

Renewable Energy (31 Mar 2009)

Natascha Engel: ..., people who live nearby do not want to take the risk. The site may well be ex-industrial, but it is staggeringly close to the heavily populated outskirts of Chesterfield, including the whole of Dunston, Cutthorpe, Barlow and Whittington Moor. More than 20,000 people and several schools are in very close proximity to the site. One 1,500-signature petition, several extremely well-attended...

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Policy Advisers (12 Jan 2009)

Peter Viggers: ...Ireland Colin McDonald Review of the Vote Scotland public awareness campaign John Roberts Legal advisor on parish orders Terence Scarborough Legal advisor on parish orders Tessa Dunston Legal advisor on parish orders Graham Farrant Mentoring of trainee practise advisers and project work on Electoral Administration Peter Stanyon Electoral Administration Bill guidance

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Free School Meals (14 Nov 2007)

Jim Knight: ...'s Catholic Primary Voluntary aided 21.2 112532 830 2079 Clowne Junior School Community 21.1 112687 830 2336 Copthorne Community Infant School Community 21.0 112777 830 2517 Dunston Primary School Community 20.9 112655 830 2278 Woodville Infant School Community 20.7 112879 830 3308 Newbold CofE VA Primary School Voluntary aided 20.7 112824 830...

Written Answers — Health: Health Service Facilities (6 Dec 2006)

Rosie Winterton: ...for GPs and PCT staff in Ryton, Crawcrook and Wrekenton. It is also supporting the provision of new replacement medical facilities for several practices, including Glenpark medical practice in Dunston, Central Gateshead medical group, Oxford Terrace, Bewick Road in central Gateshead and St. Albans medical group in Felling.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Newcastle/Gateshead Pathfinder (15 Mar 2006)

Yvette Cooper: ...,638 7,030,533 Newcastle North (North Central) 526,718 294,823 821,541 Newcastle West (Scotswood, Benwell and Elswick Discovery Quarter) 10,986,934 9,693,012 20,679,946 Gateshead (Dunston, Teams, Bensham and Saltwell, Felling Bypass, and Deckham) 9,942,974 9,166,256 19,109,230

Future of the Post Office Network (13 Jan 2004)

David Clelland: ...on post office services are generally elderly or infirm, or are mothers pushing prams, and will find access very difficult indeed. In the case of another post office, the Dun Cow, which serves the Dunston Hill area of my constituency, 1,200 local residents signed a petition against its closure. I pay tribute to the Labour councillors in the area who kept the people so well informed and...

Entry Clearance (Indian Subcontinent) (13 May 2003)

Keith Vaz: ...I believe that I have persuaded it to look abroad and to work with the Home Office, the Home Affairs Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee to develop a joint approach for Parliament. Richard Dunston, the immigration policy officer at the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux, has written an excellent report and analysis of ECOs' decisions in 2002. It is such a good report...

Renewable Energy (22 May 2002)

Robert Key: ...ground temperatures as low as minus 4 deg C. Such technologies exist. The heat pump technology is up and running in Chesterfield, and Chesterfield borough council has taken a lead in that at the Dunston innovation centre, a three-storey office complex. There are questions to be asked about roof installations. Powertech Solar Ltd. in Ferndown wants to know why, although we are talking about...

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