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Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: Lack of Transparency in TfL’s Fatal Accident Investigations” Data: Vision Zero: Lack of Transparency in TfL’s Fatal Accident Investigations” Data (28 Sep 2022)

Keith Prince: ...Investigations” information published on TfL’s website, 25 of the 81 Fatal Incidents which took place between 5 January 2015 and 2 May 2022 listed on TfL’s Bus Safety Data web page display “Garage Not Available” under the column intended to inform the public about which garage the bus involved in the fatal incident was based. Can you explain why this critical safety information...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Accessibility: Dealing with Bus Wheelchair Ramp Faults: Accessibility: Dealing with Bus Wheelchair Ramp Faults (28 Sep 2022)

Sadiq Khan: Checking the accessibility ramp is part of the first-use checks undertaken by the bus driver before a bus leaves the garage, specified in the 2019 edition of Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Big Red Book, which is bus drivers’ instruction manual. This instructs drivers to report any problem and to arrange for the bus to be repaired or substituted before leaving the garage. In the rare...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Population (27 Sep 2022)

Miles Briggs: ...considering what the village looked like when I was growing up. It had a GP surgery, a police station, a community nurse, a hairdresser, a post office and a petrol station, as well as two mechanic garages. The village had three shops and—perhaps most important to address isolation and encourage social life—it had three pubs, which were also hotels and a restaurant. It is interesting...

Worcester Warriors Rugby Club (22 Sep 2022)

Robin Walker: ...s most successful 20th century entrepreneur and philanthropist, the late, great Cecil Duckworth. It is not possible to overstate Cecil’s contribution to our city. The boiler he first made in his garage became the prototype of the modern combi boiler and the basis for Worcester Heat Systems, now known as Worcester Bosch, the biggest private sector employer in my constituency. His...

Sanctions (22 Sep 2022)

Mark Eastwood: ...sure there will be a sigh of relief all round. Alunet Systems is a group of companies based in Dewsbury that sells a wide variety of metal-based products, including aluminium, steel, and iron-based garage doors. Before the invasion its revenue was £30 million per annum, but that has now reduced to £20 million. It employed 100 people, but that has now reduced to 70. That could be down to...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Drought in London: Drought in London (21 Sep 2022)

Sadiq Khan: ...fixtures and fittings, with WCs utilising the rainwater harvesting system, to contribute to 50% reduction of potable consumption. TfL collects rainwater at several sites, including West Ham Bus Garage, and is identifying the potential for further cost-effective measures to reduce drought risk following a recent, in-depth climate risk assessment. TfL has also integrated water efficiency...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 96 - Street votes (19 Jul 2022)

Tim Farron: ...power over their own housing stock, to ensure that they preserved an appropriate amount for permanent dwellings. Those were rejected, but we will have a referendum on Terry and June’s new garage. As the hon. Member for Greenwich and Woolwich indicated, we are all seriously in favour of local democracy, but I am concerned that the proposal will potentially be very divisive, and that we...

Cost of Living Crisis: Wales — Caroline Nokes in the Chair (19 Jul 2022)

Ben Lake: ...weeks ago, there is no real link between higher fuel prices at the pumps and proximity to the refinery. Actually, the major drivers are to do with competition, the volume of sales and the models of garages locally. We need to look at extending the rural fuel duty relief scheme to areas such as Ceredigion so that, if nothing else, we have a bit of consistency and there is not a situation...

Listed Buildings Protection (19 Jul 2022)

Paul Maynard: ...of the Minister’s constituency. I am sure my hon. Friend knows the small village of Hartlebury. He is nodding his head; good. The case study states: “The fate of a recently-demolished Morgan garage raises questions over how 20th-century heritage should be better valued and conserved. Although surviving as a well-preserved example of an inter-war filling station, with its vernacular...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 75 - Power in relation to the processing of planning data (12 Jul 2022)

Matthew Pennycook: ...simply like to get a sense from the Minister of what impact he believes these provisions will have on households seeking planning permission for projects such as extensions and conservatories, or garage and loft conversions. Specifically—this relates to a point that I will return to when speaking to amendment 66 to clause 77—what does the Department have planned, if anything, to ensure...

Child Vulnerability (Public Services Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (11 Jul 2022)

the Bishop of Chichester: ...the lead in terms of partnership with the voluntary sector. It invested, from its own funding, in the voluntary sector that it worked with and set up voluntary charities. For example, it set up a garage where boys, again, who had a criminal record or were at risk of offending through stealing cars and motorbikes, could be taught mechanics and develop skills that might help them find...

Assisted Dying — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (4 Jul 2022)

Paul Blomfield: ...recognising the pain it causes, and the way it forces so many into desperate and premature deaths. Eleven years ago today—also a Monday—I got a phone call here: he had been found dead in his garage. I had spoken to him the previous night on the phone as I walked through St James’s Park. An ordinary conversation that gave me no inkling of his plan. But later he obviously tidied up his...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Vehicles: Charging Points (4 Jul 2022)

Sarah Olney: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he has made an estimate of the number of residential properties in London that have access to a private driveway or garage that could potentially facilitate electric vehicle charging.

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 20 (29 Jun 2022)

the Earl of Lytton: owners are a type of greedy usurer. I am unconvinced by this business of site rentals being too high. In many instances, it is no more than one would expect to pay for a handful of lock-up garages in a suburban location or a relatively smallish area of open storage land. The aggressive tactics that have been complained about arose because people can get away with it, and it is no...

Public Bill Committee: Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (28 Jun 2022)

...UK. We started off this, which may be considered by some to be a slight mission of madness, but I had the opportunity to do it. We started in my lounge, then we moved to the greenhouse and then the garage, and now we have built up quite a significant activity. I am worried about perhaps an agenda that this could be dominated by large multinationals, although one of the joys of...

Public Bill Committee: Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: Examination of Witness (28 Jun 2022)

Daniel Zeichner: Q I am slightly sceptical here. I imagine one of my constituents going into a garage and buying a chocolate bar that was produced with some genetically edited sugar grown in eastern England. I am not convinced that they would check the public register to find out whether that product had been produced in this kind of way. Is the register really aimed at consumers?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bus Fires (2): Bus Fires (2) (28 Jun 2022)

Sadiq Khan: A total of 84 buses contracted to Transport for London were taken out of service for at least four days because of the fire at Potters Bar Bus Garage. Four routes and three operators which normally use these buses were directly affected by the incident, with the severity of impact varying from route to route. In addition, due to the impact on the garage, other bus routes operating from...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Risk Assessments of Bus Fleet: Risk Assessments of Bus Fleet (28 Jun 2022)

Nicholas Rogers: Can you please confirm that the LFB has contacted TfL about the fire at the Potters Bar Bus Garage and is undertaking risk assessments of the electric and hybrid bus fleet?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Switch Mobility Bus Reparation Works: Switch Mobility Bus Reparation Works (28 Jun 2022)

Caroline Pidgeon: What is the estimated cost to TfL for repair works to the buses which were damaged during the fire at the Potter Bar Bus Garage in May 2022?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Electric Vehicle Battery Fires: Electric Vehicle Battery Fires (28 Jun 2022)

Nicholas Rogers: Will you be asking LFB to undertake fire safety reviews of all bus garages in London following the Potters Bar Bus Garage fire?

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