All 18 results for rodborough

Road Safety — [Mrs Madeleine Moon in the Chair] (16 Oct 2018)

David Drew: ...commissioner, who has put his money where his mouth is by partly paying for two automatic number plate recognition cameras—one in Whiteshill, which is why we were there, and the other one in Rodborough. The cameras have demonstrated that, in the main, people are law-abiding, but those who break the law do so in a hideous way, by driving at 70 mph through a 30 mph zone. My first question...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture: Subsidies (11 Jul 2016)

George Eustice: ...received a bridging payment, including those with common land on their claim. In addition the Rural Payments Agency will be making additional payments due as a result of the Minchinhampton and Rodborough Judicial Review.

Stroud Valleys and Vale (Planning) (14 May 2014)

Neil Carmichael: ...’s fields, below Summer street in Stroud. The wide range of communities in that location are very much aware of the impact that that development would have on them. There is an application on Rodborough fields, which is famous for historical reasons. Although the application might be appealed, previous to a decision by Stroud district council, it is still a concern. Mankley field is...

[John Robertson in the Chair] — Services for Young People (22 Mar 2012)

Neil Carmichael: ...comment. She is absolutely right that people must be able to get to facilities. In constituencies such as hers and mine, where there are many villages, transport is a factor. My son is a member of Rodborough Eagles, a football team that does extraordinarily well. He is a much better footballer than I ever could have been because he is not flat-footed and is a really good defender. The key...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Electorate: Stroud (9 Feb 2010)

Michael Wills: ... 3,581 3,535 3,487 3,435 3,416 3,440 3,382 3,425 Parklands 1,525 1,487 1,503 1,487 1,479 1,469 1,458 1,489 Randwick 1,128 1,102 1,316 1,232 1,221 1,172 1,180 1,171 Rodborough 1,457 1,463 4,281 4,294 4,324 4,331 4,311 4,318 Severn 1,883 1,895 1,905 1,898 1,882 1,910 1,903 1,928 Stonehouse 5,224 5,188 5,196 5,137 5,232 5,226 5,211...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Pensions: Stroud (29 Mar 2007)

James Purnell: ... Eastington and Standish 115 130 Farmhill and Paganhill 120 135 Hardwicke 115 145 Minchinhampton 195 235 Nailsworth 240 290 Over Stroud 50 60 Painswick 115 125 Rodborough 105 130 Severn 170 210 Slade 80 95 Stonehouse 405 490 The Stanleys 200 250 Thrupp 50 65 Trinity 85 95 Uplands 120 140 Upton St Leonards 60 70...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Pension Credit (19 Jun 2006)

James Purnell: ...and Uley 70 Dursley 275 Eastington and Standish 125 Farmhill and Paganhill 125 Hardwicke 135 Minchinhampton 220 Nailsworth 295 Over Stroud 60 Painswick 140 Rodborough 130 Severn 205 Slade 100 Stonehouse 500 The Stanleys 235 Thrupp 55 Trinity 90 Uplands 155 Upton St Leonards 70 Vale 70 Valley 105 ...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Home Ownership (15 Jun 2006)

John Healey: ...1,871 1,462 452 1,003 7 Minchinhampton 1,710 1,301 787 514 0 Nailsworth 2,510 1,822 801 1,007 14 Over Stroud 720 626 291 332 3 Painswick 1,852 1,472 959 510 3 Rodborough 1,847 1,614 731 883 0 Severn 1,701 1,325 615 707 3 Slade 935 568 197 371 0 Stonehouse 3,003 2,113 800 1,299 14 The Stanleys 1,719 1,309 616 690 3...

Written Answers — Treasury: Population (Gloucestershire) (8 Mar 2006)

John Healey: ... 4,000 3,410 3,429 4,383 4,497 Nailsworth 6,100 4,907 4,936 6,518 6,589 Over Stroud 1,800 1,427 1,451 1,811 1,845 Painswick 4,000 3,420 3,467 4,281 4,398 Rodborough 4,400 3,521 3,500 4,682 4,668 Severn 4,500 3,591 3,672 4,622 4,789 Slade 2,300 1,674 1,600 2,532 2,527 Stonehouse 7,700 5,717 5,801 7,901 8,058 The Stanleys 4,200...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: GCSEs (13 Feb 2006)

Jacqui Smith: ... Trinity CofE High School Manchester Ounsdale High School Staffordshire Wolgarston High School Staffordshire Cheadle Hulme High School Stockport Glebelands School Surrey Rodborough Technology College Surrey Woolmer Hill Technology College Surrey Aveling Park School Waltham Forest Studley High School Warwickshire (b) 2 percentage points difference...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: SSSI Sites (Stroud) (7 Dec 2005)

Jim Knight: ...Beacon 0.80 Hucclecote Meadows 2.39 Kingscote and Horsley Woods 14.64 Minchinhampton Common 193.98 Nibley Knoll 3.05 Purton Passage 4.79 Range Farm Fields 12.97 Rodborough Common 109.54 Rough Bank, Miserden 9.14 Selsley Common 39.87 Severn Estuary 644.68 Stinchcombe Hill 25.72 Strawberry Banks 5.08 Swift's Hill 9.48 Upper Severn...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Apr 2003)

Mrs Virginia Bottomley: ...not in Surrey—poor pupil behaviour. I have taken the opportunity provided by the UNICEF initiative to involve young people in democracy to visit all my secondary schools this year. I have been to Rodborough, Broadwater and Waverley Abbey, and I am about to go to Woolmer Hill and Heath End. I have received a letter from the head teacher of Weydon school. She says that she is extremely...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Specialist Schools (4 Jul 2002)

David Miliband: ... Technology Sudbury Upper School Suffolk Arts Farringdon Community School Sunderland Sports Hetton School Sunderland Technology Howard of Effingham School Surrey Science Rodborough School Surrey Technology Woolmer Hill School Surrey Technology Glenthorne High School Sutton, LB of Arts Wilson's School Sutton, LB of Maths and Computing Astley High...

Rural Policing (16 Jan 2001)

David Drew: ...recently in my constituency because in the past 10 or 20 years the population has changed and the police must be where they are accessible and visible. Closing the police stations at Painswick, Rodborough and Minchinhampton caused difficulties in the community. People like the idea of the physical presence of a police officer and when they were told that they would have named officers in...

Orders of the Day — Petition: A3 (Hindhead Tunnel) (19 Jan 1998)

Mrs Virginia Bottomley: ..., the people of Hindhead and the region are told what the timetable is and what steps they can take next. They are affronted and outraged, and becoming increasingly angry. A young man of 15 from Rodborough school in Witley, Sebastian Coulthard, wrote to me. I hope that he will be able to look forward to the road being completed before much longer. He said: My family and I suffer every day...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance (Supplementary Credit Approvals) Bill (17 Jun 1997)

David Drew: ...As an apprenticeship for this place, I am sure that the experience is second to none. In addition to the market towns, there is a rural hinterland with sizeable parishes such as Cam, Cainscross and Rodborough, as well as many smaller villages and hamlets too numerous to mention. The strength of our area is in its diversity. However, we face an increasingly uncertain future. Like the rest...

Schedule 5: Repeals (22 Jul 1977)

Mr Anthony Kershaw: ...23 deals with the abolition of traditional courts, with some exceptions. The exceptions are not long enough or broad enough. In my constituency there are two contiguous commons, Minchinhampton and Rodborough, which are extensive in size, totalling nearly 1,000 acres. For a long time there have been no problems about running them. The Bill now seeks to abolish the manorial courts connected...

Preamble (22 Jun 1977)

Mr Anthony Kershaw: ...I would like an assurance that he would be prepared to accept amendments naming other courts whose functions he may not be aware of. I refer to the courts in my constituency, of Minchinhampton and Rodborough, which are mainly concerned with the management of commons. These are not used for morris dancing on May Day, but are very large commons with hundreds of beasts turned out on them in...


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