Adrian Bailey

Cyn Labour/Co-operative MP ar gyfer West Bromwich West

@AdrianBaileyMP https://facebook.com/AdrianBaileywestbromwichwest

Powers of Local Councils

There have been votes in Parliament on the extent of powers devolved to local government on a range of matters from planning to the regulation of street trading.

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Adrian Bailey generally voted for more powers for local councils

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Major votes

  • On 13 Rha 2016: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to make the demolition or change of use of pubs or other drinking establishments subject to planning permission. Show vote
  • On 9 Mai 2016: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to exempt local councils from having to require discounted starter homes on certain new developments if they provide affordable home ownership via other routes. Show vote
  • On 3 Mai 2016: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio for local councils, rather than central Government, , to determine how many starter homes to be sold to first time buyers at a discount are to be required to be provided in new residential developments. Show vote
  • On 3 Mai 2016: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against requiring local councils to charge high income social housing tenants rent at levels set by central Government. Show vote
  • On 9 Maw 2016: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against giving local government powers to vary the restrictions on large shops opening on Sundays. Show vote
  • On 10 Tach 2015: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to require the consent of the devolved administrations and local government before applying new regulations on trade union activity within their areas of responsibility. Show vote
  • On 14 Hyd 2015: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against allowing more devolution of powers to local councils and against enabling councils to collaboratively form regional combined authorities. Show vote
  • On 10 Maw 2015: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to let planning authorities insist Londoners wishing to rent out their homes for short periods have specific planning permission to do so on the grounds the authority considers that it is merely "desirable", rather than "necessary" to "protect the amenity of the locality". Show vote
  • On 16 Ebr 2013: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to give local councils the power to remove householders' permitted development rights. Show vote
  • On 17 Rha 2012: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against an option to make planning applications directly to the Secretary of State in areas where the local planning authority is deemed to be performing poorly. Show vote
  • On 21 Mai 2012: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against allowing local councils to retain a proportion of the business rates generated in their area and not to localise assisting those in financial need to pay their council tax. Show vote
  • On 7 Rha 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to give authorised council officers, PCSOs and accredited civilians the power to require an individual's name and address when issuing fixed penalty notices. Show vote
  • On 18 Mai 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to only allow the Mayor of London to designate a Mayoral development area if the majority of councils covering the area agree to the designation. Show vote
  • On 18 Mai 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against devolving more powers to local councils and local people particularly in relation to social housing and planning. Show vote
  • On 17 Mai 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to limit the power of the Secretary of State to repeal laws considered to detract from the general power of competence for local authorities. Show vote
  • On 17 Mai 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against the Secretary of State having the power to implement change a local council's system of governance to a mayor and cabinet executive. Show vote
  • On 11 Mai 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio to give local councils more powers in relation to school admissions. Show vote
  • On 8 Chw 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against proposals which would have allowed the establishment of free schools, resulted in the abolition of a range of teaching related bodies, allowed student loan interest to be charged at market rates, and allowed teachers to search pupils. Show vote
  • On 17 Ion 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against devolving more powers to local councils and local people particularly in relation to social housing and planning. Show vote
  • On 17 Ion 2011: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against authorising spending relating to the Localism Bill, enabling the devolution of more powers to local councils and local people particularly in relation to social housing and planning. Show vote
  • On 13 Hyd 2010: Adrian Bailey was absent for a vote on London Local Authorities Bill — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 26 Gor 2010: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against enabling more schools in England to gain "Academy Status" and the consequent financial independence and removal from local authority control. Show vote
  • On 19 Gor 2010: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against enabling more schools in England to gain "Academy Status" and the consequent financial independence and removal from local authority control. Show vote
  • On 19 Gor 2010: Adrian Bailey wedi pleidleisio against enabling more schools in England to gain "Academy Status" and the consequent financial independence and removal from local authority control. Show vote

Minor votes

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