People matching Street

Gary Streeter

Conservative MP for South West Devon (9 Apr 1992 – current)

Wes Streeting

Labour MP for Ilford North (8 May 2015 – current)

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Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (22 Mar 2019)

Minimum Service Obligation (High Street Cashpoints) Bill: 2nd reading – Huw Merriman. Private Members' Bills

Children Act 1989: Local Authority Responsibilities (19 Mar 2019)

Kate Osamor: ...of not being child-focused is deeply concerning for a number of reasons. First, families have no stable place to be. When they are asked to leave temporary accommodation by 9.30 am, they wander the streets and have no safe place to go. Secondly, it is unclear how long it will take the out-of-hours service to arrange temporary accommodation following a request in the evening. Thirdly,...

Civil Service Compensation Scheme (19 Mar 2019)

Oliver Dowden: ...advocate for the trade unions and for PCS, and he has demonstrated that again today. In my experience both as a Minister in the Cabinet Office and in my previous time working at 10 Downing Street, I have worked with some of the most committed, talented and hardworking public servants in our country. At a time when the nation faces significant challenges, those public servants’ work is...

Gambling-Related Harm — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] (19 Mar 2019)

David Linden: ...used well, and I share that concern. The liberalisation of gambling, which was exacerbated by the 2005 Act, has had a profound impact on my community and many of my constituents. Even today on Main Street in Baillieston, three bookies are lined up next to each other, separated only by a fast food shop—not exactly great diversity for a local high street. Many years ago a Channel 4 survey...

Insect Population - Question (19 Mar 2019)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: My Lords, I entirely agree. That is why the department has supported the Bees’ Needs campaign and why Carnaby Street was renamed “Carnabee Street” last year. The owners of the street put up 720 window boxes to attract pollinators to our capital city. We all need to do something like that, whether with allotments, gardens or window boxes, or on large estates and the state estates. We...

Clydesdale Bank and Smes (19 Mar 2019)

John Glen: As has been discussed in numerous debates, the changing face of the high street bank causes considerable concern for our constituents. We have a protocol in place on the relationship with the Post Office and, from memory, I think something like 97% of people in this country live within three miles of and have access to a post office. I think the hon. Gentleman needs—

Flooding in Cumbria (19 Mar 2019)

Tim Farron: ...cause homes to be flooded in Cumbria over the last 10 years. On Steeles Row in Burneside, poor drainage means that residents have to deal with raw sewage overflowing into their homes and on to the street every time there is even a moderate downpour. I challenge the Minister to hold water companies, such as United Utilities, to account—to a one-in-100-year standard—so that homes receive...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Charging Points: West Midlands (19 Mar 2019)

Richard Harrington: ...2016 we announced an improved offer making available £4.5m to 2020 to Local Authorities wishing to install recharging infrastructure in residential areas for drivers of electric cars that lack offstreet parking through our On-street Residential Chargepoint Scheme. 28 Local Authorities have applied to the scheme to date including Coventry City Council who have been awarded £300,000 to...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Small Business Support (19 Mar 2019)

Ben Bradley: I thank the Minister for bringing forward the future high streets fund, which will be really important for small businesses on Mansfield High Street, and for the meetings I have been able to have with the Government about how to make sure that Mansfield can benefit. The council is now consulting with stakeholders on its proposals. Will Ministers agree to meet me so that I can make the case...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Topical Questions (19 Mar 2019)

Virendra Sharma: ...everyone has access to banking services in their community. Does the Secretary of State agree that introducing a Post Bank to provide banking services in post offices would do wonders for the high street, as well as reducing financial exclusion?

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Passengers (19 Mar 2019)

Andrew Jones: ...15billion being spent in CP5 between 2014 and 2019 on rail infrastructure upgrades. This includes various capacity enhancement projects such as additional platforms, for example at Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester airport stations; platform lengthening, for example at London Waterloo and some other stations across the South East; and rail line capacity upgrades, such as four-tracking...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Vehicles: Charging Points (19 Mar 2019)

Jesse Norman: ...and access chargepoints that are affordable and secure. The Government has a number of different grant schemes to support infrastructure roll-out including the Government’s £4.5 million On-street Residential Chargepoint Scheme which assists local authorities with the installation of chargepoints in residential areas. Motorists and businesses can receive grants for chargepoint...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Retail Trade: Urban Areas (19 Mar 2019)

Maria Caulfield: What steps the Government is taking to support high street businesses.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Post Offices: Closures (19 Mar 2019)

Virendra Sharma: What assessment he has made of the effect of recent post office closures on high street footfall.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Tourism Month 2019 (19 Mar 2019)

Tom Mason: ...and allow people from around the world to experience the best of our hospitality. In speaking of excellent art exhibitions and festivals, I should mention Nuart, which is an international public street art festival that was recently voted the best cultural event at the Aberdeen city and shire tourism awards. For those who are quick, tickets are also available for the jazz festival next...

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Planning Permission: Urban Areas (18 Mar 2019)

Kit Malthouse: Through our consultation Planning Reform: Supporting the high street and increasing the delivery of new homes which closed on 14 January 2019, we have consulted a range of proposals and considered the responses received. As announced in the written ministerial statement made on 13 March 2019, HCWS1408, it is now our intention to bring forward a range of reforms. To support the high street...

Forensic Science Regulator Bill: Garden Bridge: Funding (15 Mar 2019)

Rupa Huq: ...the Garden Bridge Trust able to spend £46m on a non-existent bridge?” In fact, the figures after the final winding-up costs exceed that. A brand-new report published by Dan Anderson of Fourth Street, a consultancy specialising in heritage lottery funding, has called the project an extraordinary waste of public money—more than £53 million in total, over 80% of which came from the...

Rivers Authorities and Land Drainage Bill (15 Mar 2019)

Robert Goodwill: ..., with records going back to the 1800s, and it still occurs relatively frequently. A December 2013 storm surge caused major disruption, with flooding of major properties along and near Church Street. Thankfully, the Church Street flood alleviation scheme currently being planned by Scarborough Borough Council will provide protection to 54 residential properties and eight businesses, and I...

Holocaust (Return of Cultural Objects) (Amendment) Bill (15 Mar 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: ...the 80th anniversary of the Kindertransport when 10,000 children were brought to the UK from Germany. I took my children to see the statue by Frank Meisler that was installed in 2006 at Liverpool Street station, and I recommend that everybody go to see that statue, and take their children if they have them. It is an important, if traumatic, thing to explain to children. I tried to explain...

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