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Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Common Land (7 Feb 2019)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: Three village green applications have been approved in full as of 31 January: Woburn in Cornwall (2013)Benslow Field in Hitchin, Hertfordshire (2013)Eastern Fields in Devon (2016) One village green application has been approved in part: Moorside Fields, Lancashire (2015). We do not record town green applications separately from village green applications because there is no substantive...

Milton Keynes: 50th Anniversary — [Albert Owen in the Chair] (25 Jan 2017)

Iain Stewart: ...Keynes prior to its designation as a new city. Far from it—Milton Keynes was built around long-established towns, such as Stony Stratford, Wolverton, Newport Pagnell, Bletchley, Fenny Stratford, Woburn Sands and Olney, together with a patchwork of rural north Buckinghamshire villages. Indeed, there is archaeological evidence of permanent settlement in the area that is now Milton Keynes...

[Mr Andrew Turner in the Chair] — BackBench Business — Holiday Pricing (24 Feb 2014)

George Mudie: ...that we could have a cap? The Guardian took a snapshot of the seasonal price differences. This is free advertising for these institutions, but four nights in lodge accommodation at Center Parcs Woburn Forest, Bedfordshire, has a 51% increase between summer term time and the summer holiday. Disneyland Paris has a 7% increase. It is not about foreign flights and foreign people; it is about...

Economy: Culture and the Arts — Motion to Take Note (13 Jun 2013)

the Earl of Glasgow: ...the National Trust, English Heritage and their equivalents in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland put together. Our most famous houses—Chatsworth, Longleat, Blenheim, Arundel, Castle Howard and Woburn Abbey, to name but a few—are still privately owned, in the hands of their original families, who struggle to maintain them with little or no financial help from Government bodies....

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (27 Feb 2013)

Nadine Dorries: ..., by Tony Withell and his great staff at Wootton upper school in pursuit of a science, technology, engineering and maths academy. This week, however, there has been a blip. Fernwood school in Woburn Sands was offered free school status 14 months ago as part of the Barnfield Federation, but last week that offer was removed without the school knowing why. Will the Prime Minister use his...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: (Except clauses 1, 4, 8, 189 and 209, schedules 1, 23 and 33, and certain new clauses and new schedules) - Clause 206 - Indexation of rate bands (26 Jun 2012)

Julie Hilling: Does my hon. Friend agree that the National Trust has also meant that there are other ways for the economy to benefit from death duties? Longleat and Woburn safari parks were created because the families had to pay their death duties. Even though the families retained the parks, they became open to the public, creating great enjoyment for visitors.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Prison Service: Archived Material (21 May 2012)

Michelle McIlveen: ...’s debate is concerned with the collection itself. I, along with my colleague Peter Weir, have taken the opportunity to visit the Prison Service collection, the vast majority of which is held at Woburn House just outside Millisle. A small portion of it is on show at Woburn House, and it provides a fascinating insight into almost 200 years of prison history on this island. It is not...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Lisnevin Prison Service Site, Millisle (8 May 2012)

Alex Easton: ...a result, I decided to enquire of the Justice Minister what was going on. I did so by way of Assembly questions. I asked several questions and wrote several letters. One of the questions related to Woburn House on the site. The Minister replied that there were no plans to house prisoners at the Woburn House/Lisnevin site in Millisle. I received a letter from the Minister on 24 September,...

[Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] — Zoos (Regional Economic Development) (14 Dec 2011)

Andrew Selous: ...Penguins”. So I can tell the hon. Member for Edinburgh West (Mike Crockart) that Bedfordshire, as well as Edinburgh, has penguins. In Bedfordshire we also have not only Whipsnade but, close by, Woburn, with its wonderful safari parks. Bedfordshire is certainly doing its bit for zoos and for tourism in our area. The Minister will be interested to know that in spite of our difficult...

Localism Bill (17 Jan 2011)

Iain Stewart: ..., seemed to allege that the Bill would do nothing for libraries and other local services that may be under threat, but that is not the case. In two parts of my constituency, Stony Stratford and Woburn Sands, the libraries are under threat and the town councils are putting forward exciting plans to take over the ownership and running of those vital local services. That is the kind of...

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental NDPBs (7 Jul 2010)

Andrew Mitchell: The Department for International Development (DFID) is responsible for one non-departmental public body, the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC). The head office of CSC is at Woburn House, 20-24 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9HF.

Regional Spatial Strategies — [Mr Joe Benton in the Chair] (30 Jun 2010)

Iain Stewart: ...concern is that those submissions will be rushed through and imposed before the full change in the law takes place. One of those areas of development is in the south-east of Milton Keynes, around Woburn Sands and the Brickhills. There is great concern locally that a semi-rural area will suddenly be infilled with hundreds or thousands of new houses. The second area, Salden Chase, is...

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Franchises (17 Jun 2009)

Chris Mole: ...Industry Dispute Resolution Committee. The hon. Member should write to the Committee itself at the following address: John Gott Railway Industry Dispute Resolution Committee Central House 14 Upper Woburn Place London WC1H 0HY

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Learning and Skills Council (17 Jun 2009)

Kevin Brennan: ...each building occupied by the Learning and Skills Council and Higher Education Funding Council. April 2008-March 2009 Lease paid (excluding VAT) The Learning and Skills Council Woburn Court, 2 Railton Road, Woburn Road Ind Estate, Kempston, MK42 7PN 51,000 Pacific House, Imperial Way, Reading, RG2 0TF 303,996 NTI Building, 15 Bartholomew Row, Birmingham, B5 5JU...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Food Supply (4 Jun 2009)

Jane Kennedy: ...RDAs examining the feasibility of using food hubs to serve London with local and regional produce. In addition to the above, other examples of food hub facilities can be found in Bedfordshire (Woburn Country Foods), Essex (Ashlyns Organics); Shropshire (Weston Park); Nottinghamshire (Southglade Food Park) and Cumbria (Redhills near Penrith). In the south-west, the development of food...

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Learning and Skills Council (12 May 2009)

Siôn Simon: The information requested is provided in the following lists. The Learning and Skills Council Woburn Court, 2 Railton Road, Woburn Road Industrial Estate, Kempston, MK42 7PN Pacific House, Imperial Way, Reading, RG2 OTF NTI Building, 15 Bartholomew Row, Birmingham, B5 5JU Units 6 and 7 Castle Court, 2 Castlegate Business Park, Dudley, DY1 4RD Provincial House, 25 Oxford Road, Bournemouth,...

Written Answers — Transport: Roads: Repairs and Maintenance (5 May 2009)

Paul Clark: ...highway authorities in England completed the following major road improvements during the financial year 2008-09: Name of scheme Local/regional authority Completed Ridgmont Bypass and Woburn Link Road Bedfordshire CC June 2008 Tunstall Northern Bypass Stoke City Council July 2008 Darlington Eastern Transport Corridor Darlington City Council August 2008 A631 West...

Written Answers — Transport: Bypasses: Finance (9 Feb 2009)

Paul Clark: ...Inner Relief Road, Sheffield A158/C541 Coastal Access Improvement Scheme, Phase 2—Burgh Le Marsh Bypass, Lincolnshire A165 Reighton Bypass, North Yorkshire Ridgmont Bypass and Woburn Link Road, Bedfordshire A66 Temple Sowerby Bypass and Improvements at Winderwath, Cumbria 2008 Tunstall Northern Bypass, Stoke A590 High and Low Newton Bypass, Cumbria ...

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Learning and Skills Council (12 Jan 2009)

Siôn Simon: ...and Skills Council buildings LSC office Building/city Break or lease expiry Year of lease expiry 2009 Surrey Technology House, Woking Lease Expiry — Bedfordshire Woburn Court, Kempston, Break Due 2011 Nottinghamshire City Gate East, Nottingham Licence (1)— 2010 Greater Manchester Arndale House, Manchester Break Due 2015 ...

Written Answers — Transport: Bypasses (5 Nov 2008)

Paul Clark: ...Nottinghamshire A429 Barford Bypass, Warwickshire A158/C541 Coastal Access Improvement Scheme, Phase 2—Burgh Le Marsh Bypass Lincolnshire A165 Reighton Bypass, North Yorkshire Ridgmont Bypass and Woburn Link Road, Bedfordshire 2007 A3 Hindhead Improvement A69 Haydon Bridge Bypass Tunstall Northern Bypass, Stoke Rugby Western Relief Road, Warwickshire A47 Earl Shilton Bypass,...

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