People matching Grimston

Viscount Grimston

Former MP for St Albans (24 Nov 1885 – 28 Jun 1892)

Hon. Edward Grimston

Former MP for St Albans (6 Jan 1835 – 8 Feb 1841)

Hon. John Grimston

Former MP for St Albans (5 Oct 1943 – 18 Sep 1959)

Mr Robert Grimston

Former MP for Westbury (27 Oct 1931 – 25 Sep 1964)

Viscount Grimston

Former MP for Hertfordshire (3 Aug 1830 – 17 Nov 1845)

Mr James Grimston

Former MP for St Albans (6 Jul 1802 – 31 Dec 1809)


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Written Answers — The Senior Deputy Speaker: Hereditary Peers: By-elections (13 Jul 2018)

Lord McFall of Alcluith: ...M. Grafton, D. Milford, L. Stansgate, V. Bruntisfield, L. Grantley, L. Milner of Leeds, L. Stockton, E. Buccleuch and Queensberry, D. Gray, L. Milverton, L. Strange, L. Burnham, L. Grimston of Westbury, L. Minto, E. Strathcarron, L. Cadman, L. Grimthorpe, L. Monckton of Brenchley, V. Sudeley, L. Cairns, E. Hacking, L. Monk Bretton, L. Sutherland, D. Calverley,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Freight (19 Mar 2018)

Jo Johnson: ...a ring fenced fund specifically to support investment in rail freight to improve the capacity and capability of the network. This includes the installation of a second track between Felixstowe and Grimston Lane foot crossing on the Felixstowe branch line, which will allow up to 47 trains to serve the port daily in each direction, 14 more than at present. In April 2017, Network Rail...

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Animal Breeding: Dogs (9 Sep 2015)

Kerry McCarthy: ...steps he has taken in response to representations made (a) by e-petition and (b) otherwise on his decision to grant permission to B&K Universal's application to build a beagle breeding centre in Grimston.

New Nuclear Power (17 Jun 2015)

Paul Flynn: ...their homes. Other populations were not protected from knowing about Fukushima by an obedient press. However, former lobbyists for nuclear power appeared as independent witnesses, such as Malcolm Grimston, who was on television every day during the Fukushima events, praising the explosions of hydrogen as something of benefit. There is ludicrous PR spin, to the extent that this week two...

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Animal Experiments: Yorkshire and the Humber (2 Jun 2015)

Grahame Morris: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, when he plans to make a decision on the appeal relating to a planning application for a facility at Grimston, Yorkshire for the breeding of dogs and other animals for laboratory use; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Animal Experiments: Yorkshire and the Humber (19 Jun 2014)

Grahame Morris: ...State for Communities and Local Government what discussions his Department has had with B&K Universal Ltd, Yorkshire Evergreen or their associates about their planning application for a facility at Grimston, Yorkshire for the breeding of dogs and other animals for laboratory use in the last 12 months.

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Animal Experiments: Yorkshire and the Humber (18 Jun 2014)

Grahame Morris: ...for Business, Innovation and Skills what discussions his Department has had with B&K Universal Ltd, Yorkshire Evergreen or its associates relating to its planning application for a facility at Grimston, Yorkshire for the breeding of dogs and other animals for laboratory use in the last 12 months.

Written Answers — Home Department: Animal Experiments (16 Jun 2014)

Grahame Morris: ...Secretary of State for the Home Department what discussions her Department has had with B&K Universal Ltd, Yorkshire Evergreen or their associates about their planning application for a facility at Grimston, Yorkshire for the breeding of dogs and other animals for laboratory use in the last 12 months.

Dyslexia — [Mr Mike Weir i n the Chair] (14 Dec 2011)

Sharon Hodgson: ...to be able even to sit their exams, let alone do well in them, is also under threat. The Minister will, I hope, have seen my latest letter to her in which I drew her attention to an article by Jack Grimston in The Sunday Times on 20 November. He reports the concerns that school teachers have over the changes that the Joint Council for Qualifications has made to eligibility for access...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Animal Experiments (9 Nov 2011)

Bob Neill: B&K Universal Ltd's planning application to expand its animal breeding facilities at Grimston Park near Hull was refused by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council in June and an appeal lodged with the Planning Inspectorate. Because the proposals have given rise to substantial regional or national controversy the appeal will be decided by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Audit Commission: Consultants (23 Jun 2011)

Bob Neill: ... 3,217.90 900.00 527.00 4,644.90 John Kent 0.00 1,057.80 527.00 1,584.80 John Whelan 3,984.80 0.00 0.00 3,984.80 Jon Collins 8,756.47 150.00 327.50 9,233.97 Malcolm Grimston 0.00 3,256.46 2,060,17 5,316.63 Marco Longhi 17,378.50 2,607.84 2,046.00 22,032.34 Mike Parsons 523.92 0.00 0,00 523.92 Paul Crossley 5,867.14 0.00 0.00 5,867.14 ...

Written Answers — Home Department: Animal Experiments (19 May 2011)

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if she will make it her policy to withhold any certificate of designation for the proposed Marshall Biosciences beagle breeding factory at Grimston, East Yorkshire for the purposes of reducing the use of animals in painful laboratory experiments; and if she will make a statement.

Public Bill Committee: Marine and Coastal Access Bill [Lords]: Clause 297 (9 Jul 2009)

Alan Whitehead: ...of the existence of parkland or estates that have a similar effect to what I have described. For example, the Lee Abbey estate on the Devon coast, the Benacre estate on the Suffolk coast and Grimston Garth on the east Yorkshire coast have differing circumstances that nevertheless cause substantial diversions of a path that would otherwise be unbroken along a stretch of coast. The Solent...

Written Answers — Transport: Park and Ride Schemes: York (23 Feb 2009)

Paul Clark: Since 1997 two park and ride locations have opened in York, at the Designer Outlet in 2000 and at Monks Cross in 2004. These are in addition to those opened at Askham Bar in 1990, Grimston Bar in 1994 and Rawcliffe Bar in 1996. Two new park and ride faculties planned on A59 and at Clifton Moor with openings anticipated in 2011-12.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Green Belt: Planning Permission (3 Feb 2009)

Iain Wright: ...Hall 30 January 2007 Maidenhead Windsor and Maidenhead Residential and commercial Germany Beck (2 applications) 9 May 2007 York York Residential-led mixed use Field Lane 23 May 2007 Grimston York University campus Croftlands Nursing Home 24 July 2007 Kirkburton Kirklees Extension to nursing home Southend United FC (2 applications) 30 June 2008 Southend...

Small Shops (13 Jun 2006)

Henry Bellingham: ...driving through a village and seeing a once-thriving local garage standing empty, probably soon to be replaced by upmarket housing. There are numerous examples in my constituency. Villages such as Grimston, Brancaster and Magdalen had thriving village garages, with shops attached. In some cases, a post office was attached as well. Many other garages are hanging on by their fingertips. I...

Fire and Rescue Services Bill (26 Jan 2004)

Henry Bellingham: ...(Mr. Gummer) pointed out the challenge presented by multiple place names. A number of villages in Norfolk have very similar names to villages elsewhere in East Anglia—Aldborough, Hanworth and Grimston, for example. Local knowledge is therefore going to be very important. As the assistant chief fire officer pointed out to me, members of staff in the control room often start their career...

Energy Bill [HL] (11 Dec 2003)

Lord Gray of Contin: ...raw deal that nuclear power gets in the White Paper is countered. An excellent commentary on the White Paper was prepared for the influential body Trade Unionists for Safe Nuclear Energy by Malcolm Grimston, honorary senior research fellow at Imperial College. On page two of that document, he says: "It is difficult to assess why nuclear power should be written off on economic grounds—for...

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill (30 Nov 1992)

Mr David Faber: ...me that a few years ago she held a 25th anniversary party for my predecessor, Sir Dennis Walters, and that 25 years before that she held a 25th anniversary party for his predecessor, Sir Robert Grimston. She left me with the news that she intended to hold my 25th anniversary party 25 years from now. Many people are now living to a much greater age, and that means that we shall have to...

Orders of the Day — Electricity Bill: Energy Conservation (6 Apr 1989)

David Tredinnick: ...Benches. There is quite a contrast between the way that my right hon. Friend tackles environmental issues and the way that the Leader of the Opposition tackles them. I am indebted to a Mr. Malcolm Grimston, of Trevelyan road, Tooting, who wrote saying: After the ozone layer conference Mr. Kinnock was on the radio. After giving grudging praise to the Prime Minister he went on about how...


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