All 19 results for flitwick

Delegated Legislation: Business Rates (2 Apr 2019)

Nadine Dorries: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for giving way to me a second time. He is incredibly generous. On innovation, Flitwick high street in my constituency could not be more different from Chipping Campden high street in my hon. Friend’s constituency. Given the housing crisis and housing shortage, it may be that not all high streets can survive and that we need to do something innovative with...

Rail Timetabling (4 Jun 2018)

Nadine Dorries: ...This is another crisis with which my constituents have had to deal. Will the Secretary of State please use his good offices to tell Thameslink to stop cancelling, with little or no notice, stops at Flitwick and Harlington and continuing the service on to Bedford, where people are stranded and find it very difficult to get home? Will he also insist that once trains are running normally, the...

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Flitwick Station: Disability (22 Dec 2017)

Nadine Dorries: To ask the Minister for Women and Equalities, what discussions she has had with the Secretary of State for Transport on disabled access to the platforms at Flitwick station.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Flitwick Station: Disability (21 Dec 2017)

Nadine Dorries: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will make an assessment of the feasibility of improving disabled access to platforms at Flitwick station; and if he will make a statement.

Local Banking Facilities: Ampthill — [Mr James Gray in the Chair] (15 Mar 2017)

Simon Kirby: ..., who will have more time to plan for change. I should also say that customers could vote with their feet and switch their accounts to a bank with a branch nearer to them. My hon. Friend mentioned Flitwick, which is 3 miles away, where Barclays is clearly doing a good job. Perhaps people will consider that option. I can confirm that I have heard that NatWest has committed to retaining an...

Ampthill Primary Care (Parking) (30 Jun 2015)

Nadine Dorries: push for, because it is what Ampthill needs, and it needs it because it is growing. New houses are being built. It is a very popular, central destination in Mid Bedfordshire. It is very close to Flitwick train station. Interestingly, the patients who attend Ampthill surgeries come from areas in a 20-mile radius. They come from as far away as Wootton, Toddington, Flitwick and...

Biodiversity — Question for Short Debate (28 Jul 2010)

the Bishop of Blackburn: ...project run by Caring for God's Acre and supported by the Church of England's national environment campaign, Shrinking the Footprint. For example, at St Peter & St Paul with St Andrew's Church, Flitwick, in Bedfordshire, more than 100 species of wild flowers have been recorded in the churchyard. All Saints, Odell, in Bedfordshire has won an award from the Campaign to Protect Rural England...

Marston Vale Eco-town (28 Jan 2009)

Nadine Dorries: ...a strategy, he will know that there are now plans to extend the eco-town even further. The East of England Development Agency has produced a proposal for 120,000 homes that will encompass Ampthill, Flitwick and Westoning and extend to Harlington, to the border of the M1. Will the eco-town be a key piece in that jigsaw? Did the Government propose it in the location that they did so that...

Written Answers — Home Department: Rural Crime (22 May 2006)

Liam Byrne: ..., a number of police operations have targeted violent crime and antisocial behaviour. Operation Coriander has seen high visibility police patrols targeting violence and antisocial behaviour in Flitwick with extra resources at peak times. Operation Lead has taken a similar approach to reducing violence in the night-time economy in several Bedfordshire towns. Additionally, alcohol exclusion...

Written Answers — Transport: Flitwick Railway Station (12 Sep 2005)

Nadine Dorries: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether the bid process for the new Greater Western and Thameslink/GN rail franchise will take account of car parking charges and capacity at Flitwick Railway Station, Bedfordshire.

Written Answers — Transport: Railway Stations (4 Nov 2003)

Tony McNulty: ...Bush Hill Park 13. Cheshunt 14.Clacton-on-Sea 15. Colchester 16.Colchester Town 17. Davenport 18. Downham Market 19. Edmonton Green 20. Elsenham 21. Enfield Lock 22. Enfield Town 23. Erdington 24. Flitwick 25. Forest Gate 26. Formby 27. Four Oaks 28. Freshfield 29. Goodmayes 30. Green Lane 31. Hadfield 32. Harlington 33. Harlow Hill 34. Harlow Town 35.Hatfield Peverel 36. Hazel Grove 37....

Mid-Bedfordshire Schools (PFI) (10 Jan 2001)

Mr Jonathan Sayeed: question is largely rural and has a population of about 65,000. It lies between Bedford in the north, and Dunstable, Luton, Hitchin and Letchworth in the south. The largest towns in the area are Flitwick and Ampthill, with a population of 20,000 between them. Other towns whose children attend the relevant schools, not all of which are in my constituency, include Arlesey, Barton, Henlow,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Antisocial Behaviour (8 Jan 2001)

Mr Jonathan Sayeed: If the Home Secretary wants to reduce antisocial behaviour in Flitwick, Ampthill or Shefford—towns in my constituency—will he ensure that they receive the funding that they require for closed circuit television?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Cadets (27 Nov 2000)

Mr Jonathan Sayeed: Landlocked Bedfordshire is not normally associated with the Royal Navy. Nevertheless, there is a sea cadet corps unit in Flitwick, which is well supported by young people. For many years, that unit has requested affiliation to one of Her Majesty's warships. Will the Minister expedite that?

Orders of the Day — Local Government, Bedfordshire (18 Oct 1994)

Mr David Madel: ...—a tendency which is growing since the construction of the Leighton Buzzard bypass, which makes it quicker to get to Leighton Buzzard from Dunstable. Others use stations such as Harlington and Flitwick in Mid Bedfordshire or stations in Hertfordshire. Traffic problems, too, show little in common between South Bedfordshire and Luton, but considerable connections with Mid Bedfordshire....

Prayers: M1 (Widening) (27 Jul 1993)

Mr John Carlisle: ...passing through will be alleviated as much as possible, and that consideration will be given to a Toddington bypass—my hon. Friend will already have taken that idea on board. The people of Flitwick and Westoning, too, see the development as an opportunity to obtain a bypass in their area. Those attendant matters are most important to my constituents, but I do not wish to enlarge on them...

Orders of the Day — Sports and Recreational Facilities (8 May 1985)

Mr John Carlisle: I regret that I was not in the House this afternoon at Question Time, but I was helping to open a sports facility at Flitwick in my constituency. Will the right hon. Gentleman allay the fears that some of us have about some of his earlier reported remarks? When it was mooted that the Olympic games should come to a British city, he gave the impression that he was somewhat against the idea. Can...

Housing (Luton) (27 Jan 1976)

Mr Brian Sedgemore: ...Luton—to the south, at East Hyde, and into Hertfordshire. If development takes place outside Luton, I hope that it takes place in the immediate vicinity and not miles away in such places as Flitwick and North Bedfordshire. All this is in the future. There is an immediate crisis. Some of those families want relief, and want it in the near future. The Minister for Planning and Local...

Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: London — Bedford (21 Oct 1946)

After the current timetables had gone to press it was found necessary for the 8.16 a.m. train from Bedford to St. Pancras to stop at Flitwick; it was therefore brought forward to 8.11 a.m. and the blackboard notices and sheet timetables displayed at Bedford station on 7th October were therefore correct. On 7th October this train was 13 minutes late at St. Pancras and not 50 minutes. On 8th...

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