Clause 1 - Crime and disorder reduction strategies

Part of Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Bill – in a Public Bill Committee am 12:00 pm ar 18 Ionawr 2005.

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Photo of David Taylor David Taylor Labour/Co-operative, North West Leicestershire 12:00, 18 Ionawr 2005

I remind the Committee that there is a money resolution in connection with the Bill, and copies are available in the Room. I also remind Members that adequate notice should be given of amendments. As a general rule, I and my fellow Chairmen do not intend to call starred amendments, including any that may be reached during an afternoon sitting of the Committee.


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Far more emphasis on timelines should be given to implementation of action at a local level or the process will be seen as pointless,and in particular to GATING ORDERS (once authorised) where the criterion is safety,criminality,and prevention or violence.Local authorities must have a duty to carry out decisions without delay where lives are at risk,Dangerously some councils are accomplished at prevarication without accountability which invariably leads to disenfranchise the local community input that is so essential.A case in point is a notorious danger lane in St Albans,which has to date taken in excess of two years without implementation,and would be well worth scrutiny.
Martin Myland