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Bills Presented: Tuition Fees (19 Jul 2017)

Liz Twist: ...many years by its proud mining history, and it retains its strong community links and boasts the Chopwell woods, which were thankfully saved from sell-off in 2011. Then I move on to Crawcrook and Greenside, where last Sunday I was proud to open the Greenside community picnic, part of the celebrations to commemorate the last shift at the local pit, and where on 8 July I marched with the...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Lake District National Park (3 Mar 2015)

Lord de Mauley: ...car park 63 Glenridding village Information Centre 64 Glenridding village public toilets 65 Gowbarrow lakeshore access land 66 Gowbarrow lakeshore lay-bys 67 Grange Crags car park 68 Greenside Mines 69 Greenside Mines - Helvellyn Hostel YHA 70 Greenside Mines - Striding Edge Hostel 71 Hammarbank car park 72 Hassness estate 73 Hassness estate - Dalegarth House 74...

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

Gary Streeter: ...matches Red matches Birtley 85.6 1.4 13.0 Blaydon 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...

Written Answers — Education: Children: Day Care (21 May 2013)

Elizabeth Truss: ...1 October My Family Care 2 November 4 Children Roundtable: Children's Corner day Nursery First Class Childcare Best Family Childcare & Out of School Club Ducklings at St Margarets Pre-School Greenside Pre-school Rounders Out of School Club Ducklings Childcare Twinkles Nursery Kaleidoscope Nurseries Bright Beginnings ChildCare Centre Leeds Play at Churwell North Leeds Community Nursery...

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

Nick Gibb: ...( 3) Gateshead 5,180 21.7 Bede 310 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...

Bills Presented — Fixed-term Parliaments Bill: Clause 2 — Payments under Academy agreements (22 Jul 2010)

Ian Mearns: ...negotiations regarding those two schools, and the cancellation is a matter of grave concern. Hookergate-a school that has long served the communities of Chopwell, Rowlands Gill, High Spen and Greenside, as well as many smaller, isolated rural settlements-is sadly subject to a declining pupil population, and it was set to be amalgamated with a school a few miles to the north, in the town of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Regulators: Criminal Prosecutions (17 Mar 2008)

Lord Davies of Oldham: The offence was the demolition of a grade II listed building known as Greenside, Wentworth, Surrey, without listed building consent, contrary to Section 9(1) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Executive Accommodation: Scottish Executive Accommodation (1 Nov 2004)

Tom McCabe: ...Ord Croft, Lairg £3,000 £3,000 £3,000 £3,000 £3,000 20 Shore St., MacDuff £1,950 £3,720 - - - Ferry Terminal Office, Cairnryan £1,000 £1,000 £1,000 £1,000 £1,000 Greenside Lane, Edinburgh £170,497 £200,334 £95,156 £308,437 - Southlands, 32 Reidhaven St., Elgin £20,211 £14,467 £20,211 £16,169 £26,500 Justice Department Northern...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Planning Law and National Planning Policy: 20th Century Listed Buildings (8 Dec 2003)

Lord Freyberg: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether the application for the Greenside case will be called in for a planning inquiry so that Runnymede Council's grounds for granting demolition of a 1937 listed building can be examined.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Planning Law and National Planning Policy: 20th Century Listed Buildings (8 Dec 2003)

Lord Freyberg: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether the Greenside case has set a precedent in planning law and national planning policy which other applicants would be able to follow.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Fire Service: Fire Service (24 Nov 2003)

Mark Ballard: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on how often Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade has been called out to incidents at the Omni Centre, Greenside Place, Edinburgh, since January 2003 and on the average cost of such call-outs.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (24 Nov 2003)

Mark Ballard: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on how often Lothian and Borders Police have attended incidents at the Omni Centre, Greenside Place, Edinburgh since January 2003 and on the average cost of such call-outs.

Scottish Parliament: Holyrood (10 May 2001)

Brian Monteith: ...would have been sufficient as a stopgap and, eventually, as part of a wider campus. We could have considered doing Edinburgh a favour by knocking down the St James Centre. We could have taken the Greenside Place plot. There were Haymarket, Leith and—my personal choice—Donaldson's College for the Deaf. It was not to be. As a result of the Labour Government's haste and the aversion of...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Executive Staff: Scottish Executive Staff (15 Nov 2000)

Sarah Boyack: ...House 405 224** 16 Waterloo Place 171 8 James Craig Walk 142 - Greenside Lane 75 6 17 Waterloo Place 23 - Governor’s House 21 10 ...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Executive Accommodation: Scottish Executive Accommodation (24 Jul 2000)

Rt Hon Jack McConnell: ...2001 Northern College of Education Gardyne Road Broughty Ferry 2002 17 Waterloo Place Edinburgh 2003 2 Greenside Lane, Edinburgh 2004 Corunna House 29 Cadogan Street Glasgow 2004 Ord Croft Lairg 2005 ...

Greenside Special School, Wombwell (10 Jun 1981)

Mr Edwin Wainwright: I wish to raise the subject of special education facilities for children with speaking and learning difficulties, which is connected with the proposed closure of Greenside special school, Wombwell. British education aims to develop fully the abilities of individuals both young and old. It seeks to do so not only for their benefit but for that of society as a whole. That aim has assumed a new...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Speaking Difficulties (Special facilities) (12 May 1981)

Mr Edwin Wainwright: ...cannot now be catered for? When will the Government take steps to see that such children are properly educated? Leaving aside the provision of new facilities, will the Minister take action over Greenside special school in the Barnsley metropolitan area, which is threatened with closure?

Failsworth Golf Course (13 Nov 1972)

Mr Paul Rose: ...the decision is acceptable to only four persons in the country, apart from the Minister. They are Mr. Roy Howarth, Mr. Ronald Williamson, Mr. Barry Hal pen and Mr. John Warburton, the directors of Greenside Development Company. It is possibly acceptable also to one other person, and that is Mr. Richard Marsh of British Railways. One understands his desire to sell railway land,...

Orders of the Day — Public Education, Scotland. (23 Apr 1929)

Mr George Buchanan: ...ought to be provided first in areas where the population is the poorest and not in the areas where the population is better off. I want to call attention to one particular school, known as the Greenside or Clarence Street School. Some time ago, I raised the question of this school constantly in this House with the result that the Secretary of State for Scotland agreed to visit the school....

Standing Orders.: Questions of Administration Scotland. (21 Dec 1927)

Mr George Buchanan: ...I want to raise another point with regard to school accommodation. There is one school in my Division, and I would forgive him the others if he would try to tackle it. I have raised the question of Greenside School many times. For a long period this school has been, for educational purposes, a condemned school. It is situated against the railway main line between Glasgow and London. In...


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