Results 1–20 of 490 for planning bill consultation 2008

Autumn Statement: Economy - Motion to Take Note (29 Nov 2016)

Lord Fox: ...and tried to make the best of it, but there is no gloss shiny enough to hide the terrible prospects for public finances by the end of this Parliament because by the end of this Parliament a £220 billion Brexit-induced debt black hole looms for our country, and this from a Government who at the last election stood on economic probity. It is hard to see how the return of real inflation...

National Citizen Service Bill [HL] - Second Reading (Continued) (25 Oct 2016)

Lord Wei: My Lords, I speak today with a tremendous sense of delight at the arrival of this Bill and its reception so far. I declare an interest as one of those who helped early on to establish the groundwork for what became the Challenge Network charity before the 2010 election, creating one of the original pilots of the National Citizen Service programme where I was involved from as early as 2008,...

Airport Capacity: National Health Service Provision (Local Consultation) (25 Oct 2016)

Victoria Prentis: I do find it encouraging to have paternal, maternal and, indeed, filial support in this place, Mr Speaker. I beg to move, That leave be given for to bring in a bill to make provision about mandatory local consultation in relation to changes in services proposed by NHS Trusts and healthcare commissioning authorities; and for connected purposes. The Bill is the result of our experience in...

Brexit: Environmental and Climate Change Policy - Motion to Take Note (20 Oct 2016)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...in a better state than we found it. I say to the noble Baroness, Lady Young, that we want to enhance not maintain it—we want to go beyond that—which is why we are developing a 25-year environment plan to deliver this. This plan will be key to informing our approach to environmental policy in the longer term. I am very pleased that my noble friend Lord Selborne rightly...

Bus Services Bill [HL] - Report (1st Day) (12 Oct 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...all noble Lords who have taken part in this short debate. I will speak to both Amendments 1 and 113 in this group. The noble Lord, Lord Whitty, mentioned the spirit in which discussions on the Bill have taken place, and I support his sentiment. From the Government’s perspective there has been a willingness to listen and to take on board comments that have been received, as well as to...

Wales Bill: Minor and Consequential Amendments (12 Sep 2016)

...proclamations”. (3) In subsection (3), at the end insert “and all royal proclamations under section 4(2) and section 5(4), which have passed under the Welsh Seal”.”. This amendment inserts a paragraph into Schedule 5 of the Bill to allow Orders in Council to be used to make provision about the form, content and publication of proclamations under the provisions...

Wales Bill: Apprenticeship levy (12 Sep 2016)

Guto Bebb: ...amendments in the group, before turning to the amendments tabled by Opposition Members. Most of the Government amendments deal with technical changes to the energy and environment provisions in the Bill; I will discuss those first. Clause 36 delivers the St David’s Day agreement on the devolution of energy consents, giving the Assembly and Welsh Ministers a substantially greater...

Local Government Reform — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (6 Sep 2016)

Jim Shannon: ...in finding a better way forward. That was what we found when we made the changes in Northern Ireland. The super-councils, as they were named, were to have a number of new powers in such areas as planning, local roads, regeneration—the preparation of my council area’s regeneration plans has concluded, and they are awaiting endorsement and a way forward—and the fostering of...

Wales Bill: “Part 8C (11 Jul 2016)

Guto Bebb: ...and the associated overhead line which would connect that station to the transmission system. It does so by removing consenting applicable requirements under either the Electricity Act 1989 or the Planning Act 2008 for certain associated overhead lines with a transmission capacity of up to 132kV necessary for connecting generating stations of up to 350MW capacity. This is an attempt to...

Debate on the Address: The Economy and Work (26 May 2016)

Stewart Hosie: ...when they come. How we choose to do that will be a matter for the Scottish Government. What I suspect we will not do is to impose a 5% increase on the poorest workers in Scotland, which was a plan posited by others and led them to come third in the election. This Queen’s Speech could have been used for the delivery of vital and urgent aid to support trade and exports, and for...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (18 May 2016)

Deidre Brock: ...mean compassion, humanity and respect. Unfortunately, these do not seem to be the driving impulses of this Government. There does not, in fact, seem to be much driving this Government. The high-speed rail Bill appears to have returned for an encore in this Session. If the speed of that Bill is an indication of the speed of the trains, I think the Bill is badly named—it is more Thomas...

Housing and Planning Bill - Report (5th Day) (Continued) (25 Apr 2016)

Lord Beecham: ...and so clearly. The amendments in my name and that of my noble friend Lord Kennedy are Amendments 121CA, 121G and 135D. The noble Baroness has referred to Amendment 121CA, which provides that the consultation should not be confined to the first regulations but should apply to any sets of regulations that might emerge. Amendment 121G would require a full list of the type of applications...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Housing: Insulation (18 Apr 2016)

Andrea Leadsom: ...the course of this parliament, Government policies are expected to support investment of around £3.6bn. This includes spending of5: £1.7bn on ECO6 £1.9bn on ECO’s successor7 £0.1bn on the Green Deal8 The planned level of spend this parliament reflects Government’s desire to minimise the impact of energy efficiency policies on consumers’ energy...

Energy Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments (12 Apr 2016)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: ...the Minister for his willingness to engage through exchanges of letters and in meetings. One reason why we on these Benches were very happy to support the move to take out the principal clause in the original Bill was not that we did not expect the Government try to bring back the clause, but that we felt that it would give them an opportunity to reflect on and try to improve the grace...

Housing and Planning Bill: Committee (9th Day) (Continued) (23 Mar 2016)

Lord Greaves: My Lords, at last we arrive at perhaps the remaining flashpoint in the Bill. I rise to move Amendment 102CL and speak to my other amendments in the group. There are two other very useful amendments from noble Lords in the group. Clause 145 is a major, very controversial innovation. It may be the first step towards the privatisation of development management and yet it was dumped on the...

Energy Bill [Lords]: New Clause 2 — Onshore wind power: renewables obligation (14 Mar 2016)

John Bercow: ...have the effect of closing the Renewables Obligation for onshore wind a month earlier than the original date set out in the Statutory Instrument: Renewables Obligation Closure Order 2014: 2388, rather than a year earlier, as the Bill does in its present form. Amendment 25,†page†46,†line†25, leave out “ 31 March 2016” and insert “ 1 March 2017”....

High Streets — [Mr Christopher Chope in the Chair] (1 Mar 2016)

Mark Menzies: ...heavily over the past four years to relax Sunday trading legislation, but there is little point in raising the matter again today because the Government have included measures in the Enterprise Bill to devolve the power to relax such restrictions. The fact that local authorities will have the power to zone Sunday trading hours to help high streets and city centres over out-of-town retail...

Public Bill Committee: High Speed Rail (London - West Midlands) Bill: Clause 1 - Power to construct and maintain works for Phase One of High Speed 2 (1 Mar 2016)

Robert Goodwill: I look forward to spending some happy days with you this week, Mr Hanson, discussing this important Bill. Before I begin, I would like to take a short moment to set out what lies before us. The Committee sittings will enable line-by-line scrutiny of the Bill, which will pave the way for a truly transformational railway. I am delighted that we have reached that landmark, and I would like to...

Scotland Bill - Report (2nd Day) (29 Feb 2016)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: ...to 1989, is outdated. In fact, it is sufficiently outdated that, in the mean time, in England and Wales, it has been changed so that applications for development consent are dealt with under the Planning Act 2008, a much more suitable system. In Scotland, it has been described as effectively a legislative orphan. The Scottish Parliament has no power to reform it, and when the United...


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