All 7 results for whyteleafe

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Govia Thameslink Railway (1 Nov 2016)

Paul Maynard: ...& Westham, Plumpton, Preston Park, Pulborough, Purley Oaks, Rye, Salfords, Seaford, Southbourne, Southwick, Tadworth, Tattenham Corner, Uckfield, Upper Warlingham, Warblington, West Worthing, Whyteleafe, Whyteleafe South, Wivelsfield, Woldingham, Woodmansterne. Total – 53 stations FULLY STAFFED – STAFFED FROM THE FIRST TO LAST TRAIN Angmering, Ashstead, Balham, Barnham, Battersea...

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Greater London (11 Jun 2008)

Tom Harris: ... Zone 6 Epsom Downs Outboundary Zone 6 Kingswood Outboundary Zone 6 Tadworth Outboundary Zone 6 Tattenham Corner Outboundary Zone 6 Upper Warlingham Outboundary Zone 6 Whyteleafe Outboundary Zone 6 Whyteleafe South Outboundary Zone 6

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Empty Property: Surrey (29 Feb 2008)

Iain Wright: ... 71 Oxted South 55 Portley 33 Queens Park 37 Tatsfield and Titsey 15 Valley 73 Warlingham East and Chelsham and Farleigh 46 Warlingham West 33 Westway 29 Whyteleafe 43 Woldingham 24

Red Routes (London) (11 Jun 1992)

Richard Ottaway: Is my hon. Friend aware that he will be toasted tonight not only in Fulham but in Kenley and Whyteleafe after his decision not to red route the A22 Godstone road? It is recognised that the A23 needs red routeing, as a result of congestion in Coulsdon, but will he confirm that that will not mean 24-hour no parking and disaster for the local shopkeepers?

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Bill (30 Apr 1974)

Mr Geoffrey Howe: ...to the proposal for tunnelling under Croydon they could well combine with it consideration of pushing the tunnel still further south so that the line would avoid the valley through Purley, Kenley, Whyteleafe, War- lingham and Woldingham, emerging south of the North Downs hillside without, if possible, inflicting any damage on the Sevenoaks constituency? Would not the argument of Croydon...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Secretary of State for Education and Science (3 Feb 1972)

Mr William Clark: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the Secretary of State's decision with regard to Whyteleafe School, retaining it as a grammar school, has pleased many parents in my constituency in East Surrey? Is he further aware that the decision to retain some grammar schools is in line with our promise to retain parental choice, which we on this side treat as of great importance?

Orders of the Day — London Government Bill: Schedule 1. — (the London Boroughs.) (20 Feb 1963)

Mr John Vaughan-Morgan: ...have seen that in the case of Coulsdon and Purley he is including into the Greater London area the largest chunk of green belt that there is. Looking at that map, one sees Farleigh, Sanderstead, Whyteleafe, Kenley, Coulsdon, Old Coulsdon and Hooley, all part of the green belt and all rural and in the nature of villages. I wish also to point out to my right hon. Friend the Minister the...


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