Results 4701–4720 of 4730 for sewerage

Civil Services and Revenue Departments Supplementary Estimates, 1925–26.: Ministry of Health. (23 Feb 1926)

Sir Kingsley Wood: Two kinds of work—non-revenue producing work, such as roads, sewerage and sewage disposal, and parks and recreation grounds, and revenue producing works, such as docks, electricity undertakings, water undertakings tramways and gas. Those are the main classes of work covered. With reference to Appropriations-in-Aid, we shall get a refund of the cost of administration of the Central Index...

Leasehold Enfranchisement. (10 Feb 1926)

Major Patrick Malone: the ground landlord £162. The system is not fair and equitable. The ground landlord does not contribute one penny to local taxation. He does not contribute to the making of the roads, lighting, sewerage, or any of the costs of the locality. Although he draws his money from ground rents, he has no interest whatever in the local authority, and in bearing a share of the burden of the...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Unemployment and Industrial Organisation. (4 Feb 1926)

...carried on in any case, and under those circumstances there should be no claim upon the National Exchequer. But work such as the improvement and reconditioning of the roads, the improvement of the sewerage systems, in some cases the making of docks and harbours, improving the amenities of the districts, increasing the recreation grounds, the parks, and in some cases putting up public...

Debate on the Address. (2 Feb 1926)

...well as a local point of view. There are, for instance, the maintenance and improvements of roads, the reconditioning of roads which add tremendously to local amenities. Then there are schemes of sewerage, of afforestation, of harbours and docks. All that kind of work is of a really useful character. The Government themselves ought to put in hand large national schemes. If they have not...

Rosyth and Pembroke Dockyards.: Proposed Closing. (11 Dec 1925)

...we had come to an agreement that the dockyard would be retained on a permanent basis, the commitments alone have been £50,000 for various amenities required in the shape of new water schemes, sewerage, moneys expended upon schools, roads and so forth. If the dockyard is to be closed down, after an existence of 100 years or more, we shall want to know what is to become of, at least, the...

Orders of the Day — Rating and Valuation Bill. (30 Nov 1925) a solitary house in which to house their workpeople; the rural area gets the advantage of the rates that accrue from a very large colliery, but the urban area close by has to make housing and sewerage and education provision, and provision in every other direction, and it is simply granting further concessions to those who are least worthy of any concessions being granted to them.

Orders of the Day — Rating and Valuation Bill. (23 Nov 1925)

Mr George Barker: ...agents. They are laid down and constructed for the promotion of health, and not for the production of revenue. In the area which I have the honour to represent, the Monmouthshire Western Valleys Sewerage Board, in 1903–6–9, promoted three Acts of Parliament to enable them to construct sewers to cleanse and purify the river-bed of the Ebbw and its tributaries. These sewers were formed...

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Darenth Valley, Kent. (14 May 1925)

Hon. Edward Wood: My attention has recently been called to this matter by the Darenth Valley Main Sewerage Board. The only power I have is to set up a drainage authority for the district on a petition either from the county council or from the riparian owners, and such a drainage authority could take action under the Land Drainage Acts to deal with the position of affairs to which my hon. Friend refers. I am...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: East Steyning. (26 Mar 1925)

...the men were engaged through the Exchange. I am not aware of the actual rate of wages paid, but I understand it was the usual rate. I am informed that the same contractors also carried out works of sewerage in certain private streets at the entire cost of the owners.

Government Policy. (13 Feb 1924)

Sir Percy Harris:, and the development of land is a very long business. For instance, the Becontree scheme of the London County Council was held up for nearly 18 months because of the difficulties of providing sewerage. The roads had to be laid out, and arrangements made for water, and in six months there was difficulty with the water companies; and then the Government changed its mind and the whole...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Somerset County Council (Small-Pox Hospital). (21 Jan 1924)

Mr Frederick Gould: ..., in view of the fact that the Somerset County Council proposes to erect a small-pox hospital in a purely milk-producing parish where there is no public supply of water and no system of public sewerage, and having regard to the highly infectious nature of this disease and the strong opposition of the parishioners, he will refuse his consent to its erection?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Earl Shilton, Leicestershire (Sewerage). (25 Apr 1923)

Earl Shilton, Leicestershire (Sewerage).


"to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Denbigh, Gosport, Keighley, Leicester, Rochester and Chatham Joint Sewerage District, and Rotherham," presented by Mr. NEVILLS CHAMBERLAIN; read the First time; and referred to the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, and to be printed. [Bill 94.]

Message Prom the Lords. (21 Mar 1923)

...a Bill, intituled, "An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Darlington, parts of Holland, Nottingham, Stockton-on-Tees, Thurrock, Grays, and Tilbury Joint Sewerage District, and Wimbledon." [Ministry of Health Provisional Orders Confirmation (No. 1) Bill [Lords.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: River Lee (Pollution). (6 Dec 1922)

Mr Francis Broad: Will the Department consider the desirability of bringing the whole sewerage system of the Metropolitan area under one authority?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Unemployment. (30 Nov 1922)

Mr Anderson Barlow: ...with the loans scheme £19,000,000, or, roughly, £30,000,000 in jill. The schemes have varied very much in their character, from providing baths to arranging for burial grounds, and from sewerage works to swimming pools. Probably 200,000 men have been engaged during the two years for a longer or shorter period of time. At the beginning of this winter 30,000 men were employed on these...

Orders of the Day — Class Vii.: MINISTRY Or HEALTH. (13 Jun 1922)

Mr. THOMSON: Is my right hon. Friend serious? Is that another example of his arithmetic? He suggests that £300 per house is to be added for road making, sewerage, and so on.

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: MINISTRY OF HEALTH PROVISIONAL ORDERS (LEEDS AND BRADFORD EXTENSION) BILL. (By Order.) (11 May 1922)

Mr William Lunn: ...of public advantage, I say there is no question of public advantage in including these districts in the city of Leeds. They are absolutely independent and self-contained. They have their own sewerage schemes and they drain away from the city. The people who live in these districts are miners and railwaymen, and neither coalpits nor coal measures come over the city boundary. They are not...


"to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Minister of Health relating to Derby, Ellesmere Port and Whitby, Nowark, Oldham, and the Rhymney Valley Sewerage Board," presented by Sir ALFRED MOND; read the First time; and referred to the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, and to be printed. [Bill 97.]

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