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Residents of Leisure Park Homes (27 Feb 2019)

Helen Whately: ...rights and protections for residents of leisure park homes. It is a pleasure to open this debate under your chairmanship, Mr Austin. If you were to visit my constituency, drive along the A20 past Harrietsham, then turn up a winding single-track lane into the rolling hills of the North Downs area of outstanding natural beauty, after about five minutes you would find yourself at Pilgrims...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Post Offices (3 Mar 2006)

Barry Gardiner: ... Mynytho (Gwynedd) Abererch Road Mobile Borth Y Gest Mobile Bwlchtocyn Mobile Clynnogfawr Mobile Minffordd Mobile Nasareth Mobile Ashford Road (Maidstone) Harrietsham Fixed Hosted Chart Sutton Fixed Hosted East Farleigh Fixed Hosted Tow Law Fir Tree Mobile Witton Park Mobile Escombe Mobile Whitton Le Wear Mobile ...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Kent Rail Franchise (22 Jun 2004)

Hugh Robertson: Under the Strategic Rail Authority's proposals, villages such as Hollingbourne, Harrietsham and Lenham in my constituency stand to lose all their rail services in the middle of the day and at weekends. Given that those are exactly the same villages that were decimated by the channel tunnel rail link workings in the mid-1990s, will the Minister undertake today to honour the commitments given...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Rural Transport (26 Mar 2004)

Alun Michael: ...Ellesmere Town Council Falmouth Findern Fishlake and Sykehouse Gerrards Cross Giggleswick Goodrich Great Carlton Great Gonerby Great Ryburgh Great Tey Hallaton Hallow Hamble-le-Rice Parish Council Harrietsham Hathern Haxey Hilton Holt Holy Island Horsington Horton in Ribblesdale Humber Hungerford Kinver Kirkby Malhamdale Kirkwhelpington Langcliffe Langport Lavenham Littleport Parish...

Written Answers — Transport: Integrated Kent Franchise (4 Mar 2004)

Hugh Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if he will publish the passenger usage data for (a) Faversham, (b) Selling, (c) Lenham, (d) Harrietsham and (e) Hollingbourne that the Strategic Rail Authority used in the consultation document on the Integrated Kent franchise for Faversham.

Written Answers — Transport: Railway Platforms (30 Jan 2004)

Kim Howells: Platform extensions are under way at Hollingbourne, Harrietsham and Charing, and extensions are planned at Braintree, Braintree Freeport, Cressing, White Notley, Harrow and Wealdstone, Bushey, Kings Langley, Apsley, Kernel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, Tring, Cheddington, Bletchley, Billingshurst, Portslade, West Norwood, Hampden Park, Lewes, Farnham, Virginia Water, Basingstoke, Ascot, Farncombe,...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Railways: Platform Extensions (8 Jan 2004)

Lord Davies of Oldham: For England and Wales, it is understood that Network Rail has work under way at Hollingbourne, Harrietsham, Charing, and Nuneaton. At Hollingbourne, Harrietsham and Charing this has to date involved carrying out feasibility and outline design work. Estimated total cost of construction works for the three stations is £3.19 million. At Nuneaton, extension of an existing platform and the...

Written Answers — Transport: Rail Services (15 Dec 2003)

Kim Howells: holding answer 8 December 2003 It is understood that Network Rail has work under way at Hollingbourne, Harrietsham, Charing, and Nuneaton, and that work is planned at Sandal and Agbrigg, Wakefield Westgate, South Elmsall, Fitzwilliam, Braintree, Braintree Freeport, Cressing, White Notley, Harrow and Wealdstone, Bushey, Kings Langley, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, Tring, Cheddington,...

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Title (25 Apr 1996)

Mr Andrew Rowe: been admitted to be horrendous, despite the fact that when measured technically it does not reach a critical level. When one hears it, that noise makes a huge difference. In villages such as Harrietsham, in my constituency, which will be sandwiched between the channel tunnel rail link, the new M20 and the old A20, all in one tiny gap, there is a great need for proper protection. I much...

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Purchase of Blighted Property (25 Apr 1996)

Mr Andrew Rowe: ...affected by the route. 6.45 pm On this project, the matter has been made worse by the tergiversations about the actual route. For example, two of my constituents, Mr. and Mrs. Atkins, live in Harrietsham. They are 76 years old and have been trying to sell their house for a long time. Their family now live some distance away, and Mr. Atkins has had open-heart surgery. They live only 10 m...

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link (6 Mar 1995)

Mr Andrew Rowe: ...that, because of the proximity of the link, the house could not be sold, valued it at nil, and the business collapsed. That is by no means an isolated example. I shall take another village—Harrietsham, in which a young couple wanted to sell their starter home because their family was being born. They could not find a buyer except at such a grossly exploitative price that they would have...

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill (16 Jan 1995)

Mr Andrew Rowe: ...been worked out. Clearly, it would be absurd to build the line to lower speed standards if those standards have to be raised later, probably almost as soon as the line is built. In my village of Harrietsham, to take but one example, it would be ridiculous to have a massive sound barrier that had to be raised before the trains had even started to run because the line was designed...

Channel Tunnel Rail Link (14 Dec 1992)

Mr Andrew Rowe: ..., and I believe that there is serious doubt whether British Rail will be able satisfactorily to carry any meaningful quantity of freight on the route chosen, which runs through villages such as Harrietsham, in my constituency. We need a genuine assurance. I know that the Minister wants the line to be able to carry freight, because he has often told me so, but I want him to be certain that...

Channel Tunnel Rail Link (9 Mar 1989)

Mr Michael Portillo: I believe that my hon. Friend underplays some of the changes to the realignment. After all, the new line avoids Charing and the central village areas of Hollingbourne, Harrietsham and Lenham, all of which are important to him. The speed of the trains through his constituency, which he feared would be 186 miles per hour, has been reduced to 140 miles per hour. The number of households that...

Orders of the Day — Housing: A249 Road (Sheerness) (11 May 1988)

Mr Roger Moate: ...a day. This flows on to the narrow single carriageway for which, I understand, the design flow now would be little more than 10,000 vehicles a day. We should compare that with, say, the A20 at Harrietsham where there are 28,000 vehicles a day. Admittedly that is more, but it is getting a three-lane motorway bypass. The A226 at Gravesend, with only 15,000 vehicles a day, is getting its...

M20 (South-East Kent) (30 Apr 1975)

Mr Keith Speed: ...junction. That was well before the busy season had started. It was a Sunday afternoon with not too much heavy commercial traffic. Villages along the A20, such as Charing in my constituency, Harrietsham in the constituency of my hon. Friend the Member for Maidstone (Mr. Wells) and Smeeth and Sellindge in the constituency of my hon. Friend the Member for Folke stone and Hythe, have to put...

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: A.20 Road, Harrietsham (Pedestrian Refuges) (19 Apr 1961)

A.20 Road, Harrietsham (Pedestrian Refuges)

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