Canlyniadau 61–80 o 6126 ar gyfer speaker:Maria Miller

Shared Rural Network Implementation (24 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: Order. I am sure that the hon. Lady is coming to a close.

Shared Rural Network Implementation (24 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: Order. This is a 60-minute debate. I need to move to the Front-Bench contributions at 5.8 pm, and I have about six Members rising to speak—do the maths. Please bob if you want to speak. If we are to get everyone in, I suggest a limit of three or four minutes for every speech. If Members adhered to that, it would be amazing.

Mentoring (24 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: I will call Dr Lisa Cameron to move the motion and then call the Minister to respond. As is the convention for a 30-minute debate, there will not be an opportunity for the Member in charge to wind up.

International Human Rights Abuses: UK Response — [Dame Maria Miller in the Chair] (24 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: Order. I remind hon. Members that they should bob if they wish to speak in the debate. Given the number of people on my list, Members will have seven to eight minutes to speak. I call Debbie Abrahams.

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: Can my hon. Friend confirm that there will be more types of exceptional circumstances put forward in the future than there have been in the past?

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: On that point about exceptional circumstances, many local authorities appear to be concerned that pleading exceptional circumstances will land them with a big legal bill and that they will be challenged in the courts. Can the Minister give some comfort to those authorities that such cases will be looked upon by planning inspectors as something that they expect?

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: I am grateful for having secured this debate, and even more grateful that the Minister for Housing, Planning and Building Safety is here to respond. In December, the Government announced significant changes to their house building planning policy, giving new powers and freedoms to local planning authorities, such as mine in Basingstoke and Deane, through changes to the national planning...

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: It is as if the hon. Lady has read what I am about to say—she is completely right. Cutting house building in Basingstoke will better reflect the situation we have in our community, and that is what my residents want to see, not those numbers continuing to be set from Whitehall.

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: The hon. Gentleman is absolutely right. Each of those considerations is different in our individual constituencies, so rather than taking a sledgehammer and telling each of our local authorities how many houses to build, they should reflect the nuance that the hon. Gentleman mentions. As the Secretary of State set out when he announced the changes to the national planning policy framework, it...

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: I am sure the hon. Gentleman’s point has been heard loud and clear by the Minister. He is right that those are essential services on which all our residents now rely. The updated NPPF deliberately does not provide an exhaustive list of the applicable exceptional circumstances. The NPPF now shows that exceptional circumstances are not to be drawn narrowly, which was too often asserted in the...

Revised National Planning Framework (23 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: The right hon. Gentleman may not know this, but I am the mother of two musicians and I would have to agree with him—for fear of the consequences if I did not. I hope that the Minister has listened to him as well, as he makes a valid point. I know from conversations that I have had on the doorsteps in Basingstoke for many years that excessive house building is the No. 1 issue for many...

Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: It is against the law to silence victims of crime, but that is exactly what the Post Office did through the use of non-disclosure agreements, and this is just the most recent case of NDAs covering up mismanagement, misconduct and even crimes at work. Will my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister consider banning their use in all severance agreements once and for all?

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Housing: Regional Planning and Development (15 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, with reference to the oral contribution of 13 December 2022 of the Minister of State, Department or Levelling Up, Housing and Communities on Consideration of the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill, Official Report column 957, how the revised National Planning Policy Framework takes into account areas that have...

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Housing: Regional Planning and Development (15 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, with reference to paragraph 61 of the National Planning Policy Framework, published on 19 December 2023, how his Department defines exceptional circumstance in relation to housebuilding numbers.

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Housing: Regional Planning and Development (15 Ion 2024)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, with reference to paragraph 61 of the National Planning Policy Framework, published on 19 December 2023, whether high historic housebuilding numbers might be considered to be an exceptional circumstance.


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