Canlyniadau 1–20 o 2646 ar gyfer speaker:Barbara Follett

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill: Clause 1 — Amendment of existing procedure in Sustainable Communities Act 2007 ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I understand, Mr. Deputy Speaker. With the leave of the House, I would like to reiterate the flexibility that the Bill gives us to carry out this important work, and the fact that the amendments would reduce that flexibility and make that work more difficult.

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill: Clause 1 — Amendment of existing procedure in Sustainable Communities Act 2007 ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: No, but it does exactly what we hope it will do: involve local people far more in local democratic processes.

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill: Clause 1 — Amendment of existing procedure in Sustainable Communities Act 2007 ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: No, I must make some progress. Given the lack of knowledge of the number and complexity of proposals, it is not reasonable to set a deadline, because it would mean that the Secretary of State could go into default or would have to decide on proposals, which are extraordinary complex and affect many Departments, in a very short time. We hope to issue the next invitation for proposals by the...

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill: Clause 1 — Amendment of existing procedure in Sustainable Communities Act 2007 ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I am pleased to be here today because I thought that after the events of a couple of weeks ago we would not get the Bill before the House again. It is thanks to the actions of my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State that we have once again returned to this most welcome Bill. Amendment 1 would remove the useful flexibility that the Bill introduces. In other words, instead of being able to...

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill: Clause 1 — Amendment of existing procedure in Sustainable Communities Act 2007 ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I would just like to explain on behalf of my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State that he came in to check progress and, having already heard the hon. Gentleman's contribution several times, he decided to come back later.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Street Cleaning ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: It has not proved possible to respond to the hon. Member in the time available before Prorogation.

Written Answers — Treasury: Non-domestic Rates: Ports ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I have been asked to reply. It has not proved possible to respond to my hon. Friend in the time available before Prorogation.

Written Answers — Treasury: Non-domestic Rates: Ports ( 8 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I have been asked to reply. It has not proved possible to respond to my hon. Friend in the time available before Prorogation.

Petition — Christian Values: Members of Parliament ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for South Derbyshire (Mr. Todd) on securing this debate, which will be one of the last of this Parliament. It will be the last time that we three shall stand here together, Madam Deputy Speaker. Like you and I, my hon. Friend came into this place in 1997, and in the next few days we shall all leave it. My hon. Friend has been a committed and assiduous...

Housing (Southwark) ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: Thank you, Mr. Howarth, for presiding over this, the last Westminster Hall Adjournment debate of this Parliament. It is not my last because I have the honour of doing the end of day Adjournment debate as well.

Housing (Southwark) ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: Yes, whenever that may be. I congratulate the hon. Member for North Southwark and Bermondsey (Simon Hughes) on securing the debate and on his very evident care and concern about a problem that your constituents, Mr. Howarth, and my constituents share with his constituents. Housing is a huge agenda and a problem across the country, from the areas where there is a surplus of or not good enough...

Housing (Southwark) ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I understand the hon. Gentleman's argument, having deployed it myself. However, Her Majesty's Treasury does not look kindly upon that financial or accounting ploy. The deal that the Minister for Housing came up with will release at least 10 per cent. more money in every local authority to maintain and manage homes. It will also create the funding and capacity to build more than 10,000 new...

Housing (Southwark) ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I hear what the hon. Gentleman is saying. It is apt that the Westminster Hall debates of this Parliament are closing on a subject on which there is cross-party accord. Although I will not be involved because I am standing down, I hope that the parties can work together to solve this problem. Question put and agreed to. Sitting adjourned.

Planning Applications ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr. Fraser, for the first time and, I fear, possibly the last time, as you and I will both be leaving the House in a few days' time. I thank and congratulate the right hon. Member for West Dorset (Mr. Letwin) on securing this debate on a matter that is of such importance to his constituents and to my Department. I shall attempt to address...

Planning Applications ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: It is important that the Government are seen to act on behalf of the people that we all represent, but I cannot commit a future Government of any kind to considering the matter. I do, however, understand the hon. Gentleman's point. If, once planning permission has been granted, the subsequent development is not in accordance with the application and the permission, the local planning...

Planning Applications ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: This is a very difficult situation, and once again I am going to move away from the particular and go to the general, not to evade the issue but simply because of the need for Chinese walls. A local planning authority cannot unilaterally withdraw a permission that has been granted. It does, however, have the power to revoke or modify a permission, if that is considered expedient. That action...

Planning Applications ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: I thank the right hon. Gentleman for that intervention. It is now even more difficult for me to comment on the case because it is going through the complaints procedure, the outcome of which we will have to await. I know that if the right hon. Gentleman is returned to this House, he will continue to pursue the matter. It is vital that applications for planning permission are accompanied by...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Croydon ( 7 Ebr 2010)

Barbara Follett: This Department does not routinely collect information at constituency level but, as the constituency of Croydon, Central, falls within the local authority of Croydon we have, where relevant included information from them in this answer. The Neighbourhood Statistics Service provides a wide range of statistical information at parliamentary constituency level, taken from the 2001 census and...


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