Results 181–200 of 5000 for sewage

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates ( 4 Mar 1935)

Hon. Oliver Stanley: ...aspect of the scheme, and no doubt will take advantage of the technical knowledge at their disposal. The sort of schemes, the types which are approved, are those for the reclamation of land, sewage schemes, and amenity schemes, which do involve a certain amount of improvement in the neighbourhood and, therefore, some prospective results to industry in the future. When the hon. Member...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: River Tweed (Pollution). (27 Mar 1935)

Mr John Burnett: ...of State for Scotland what action he proposes to take with regard to the complaints which have been made to him by the River Tweed Commissioners as to the pollution of the river by domestic sewage?

Private Business.: Glasgow Corporation Sewage Order Confirmation Bill,. ( 6 Jun 1935)

Glasgow Corporation Sewage Order Confirmation Bill,.

Private Business ( 7 Jun 1935)

Glasgow Corporation Sewage Order Confirmation Bill,

Private Business. (17 Jun 1935)

Glasgow Corporation Sewage Order Confirmation Bill,

Orders of the Day — RESTRICTION OF RIBBON DEVELOPMENT BILL [Lords.] (25 Jun 1935)

Mr John Withers: ..., local authorities who will not be up to that standard, and who may think that they are doing a very clever thing by buying land under the Bill for amenities and reselling it, or embarking upon a sewage farm or cottages, or something of that kind. We hope that the Minister's view of the local authorities is right, but the matter ought to be put beyond temptation, and it is by no means...

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supply and Sewage Disposal, Skelton. (27 Jun 1935)

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supply and Sewage Disposal, Skelton.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (28 Jun 1935)

Mr James Maxton: ...problem. I only came across this local government problem last week-end. The township in which I live when I am in Scotland is faced with the necessity of making very considerable extensions to its sewage disposal works. It is a comparatively small community and is called on for a large capital expenditure in this direction at a time when it has incurred very large responsibility in the...

Message from the Lords. ( 1 Jul 1935)

Also a Bill, intituled, "An Act to authorise the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Bridgwater to construct additional waterworks and sewage works; and for other purposes." [Bridgwater Corporation Bill [Lords.]

Message from the Lords. ( 2 Jul 1935)

Glasgow Corporation Sewage Order Confirmation Bill,

Orders of the Day — Public Health (Water and Sewerage) (Scotland) Bill. ( 2 Jul 1935)

Mr Godfrey Collins: ..., and I will take every available step possible, by way of encouragement and pressure, to impress those local authorities which are not moving in this direction to proceed with schemes, so that the sewage problem throughout Scotland may be dealt with.

Orders of the Day — HALIFAX EXTENSION BILL [Lords] (By Order). ( 3 Jul 1935)

Mr Thomas Levy: ...are not interfered with. If we look at the map, we find that the areas to which I have referred lie by natural geography within the area of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Brighouse has to take the sewage of these three areas; Halifax cannot take it at all. Hipperholme, to which I will refer, does not adjoin Halifax, but is on the other side of a hill, with a large belt of territory...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Commissioner for Special Areas (Scotland). ( 4 Jul 1935)

Mr Archibald Skelton: ...£90,000. The next question is, what else is the Commissioner doing apart from activities connected with the land? He is giving great assistance to water schemes and sewerage schemes. Schemes of sewage purification will require for their completion an expenditure of £1,088,000 and the Commissioner proposes to find £490,000 of this sum. Scottish Members of the Committee will be interested...

Orders of the Day — Royal Assent. (10 Jul 1935)

...the Royal Assent to— 1. Finance Act, 1935.2. Counterfeit Currency (Convention) Act, 1935.3. Defence (Barracks) Act, 1935.4. London Passenger Transport (Agreement) Act, 1935.5. Glasgow Corporation Sewage Order Confirmation Act, 1935.6. Lanarkshire County Council Order Confirmation Act, 1935.7. London Midland and Scottish Railway Order Confirmation Act, 1935.8. Sheffield Corporation...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Depression. (23 Jul 1935)

Mr Ernest Brown: South Shields. Slag heaps are to be cleared and levelled and a great improvement made. In certain localities, such as West Hartlepool, sea fronts are to be improved and protected, and numerous sewage and water schemes are being assisted. Open-air swimming baths are to be constructed, and a grant is being given to the Gla- morgan County Council for the construction of an up-to-date...

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address. ( 4 Dec 1935)

Mr Charles Peat: ...for industry if you like. Say to industry, "You must take care of your unemployed. If you put a factory down in a green field you will be expected to bear a proportion of the expenses for schools, sewage, roads, buildings and everything else." But when you have made those conditions be very careful not to hinder efficiency in industry, because on that rock we are going to build a structure...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Scarlet Fever (Pinxton, Derbyshire). (27 Feb 1936)

Sir Kingsley Wood: ...I am informed, however, that the sanitary conditions at Pinxton are not regarded as satisfactory, and that the rural district council have under consideration a scheme for the reorganisation of the sewage disposal works of the parish.

Special Areas ( 2 Mar 1936)

Mr Hugh Dalton: ...for Scotland. In any case, what have these Commissioners accomplished? Nothing but a few pathetic little odds and ends, a few men settled on the land in one corner of some special area, a little sewage improvement here, a new swimming pool there, little odds and ends, utterly inadequate both in scale and conception to the problem before us. It is like trying to cure a cancer by taking...

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