Register Of All-Party Parliamentary Groups [as at 21 April 2021] Waterways

Title

All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Waterways

Purpose

To consider matters relating to navigable (and formerly navigable) rivers, canals, estuaries and lakes in the UK, including the potential social, economic and cultural impact of the regeneration of those waterways and extension of the system.

Category

Subject Group

 

Officers

Role

Name

Party

Chair & Registered Contact

Michael Fabricant

Conservative

Vice Chair

Simon Baynes

Conservative

Vice Chair

John Cryer

Labour

Vice Chair

Bill Esterson

Labour

Vice Chair

Mark Garnier

Conservative

Vice Chair

Jason McCartney

Conservative

Vice Chair

Craig Williams

Conservative

Vice Chair

Karl McCartney

Conservative

Vice Chair

Imran Ahmad Khan

Conservative

Vice Chair

Jo Gideon

Conservative

Vice Chair

Mr Gagan Mohindra

Conservative

Vice Chair

Baroness Randerson

Liberal Democrat

Vice Chair

Lord Bradshaw

Liberal Democrat

Vice Chair

Lord German

Liberal Democrat

 

Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Michael Fabricant MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 5022.

 

Public Enquiry Point:

Alison Smedley, The Inland Waterways Association, Island House, Moor Road, Chesham HP5 1WA. Tel: 01494 783 453

Email: alison.smedley@waterways.org.uk

 

Secretariat:

The Inland Waterways Association acts as the group's secretariat. www.waterways.org.uk

 

Group's Website:

https://www.waterways.org.uk/about-us/all-party-parliamentary-group-for-the-waterways

 

 

Annual General Meeting

Date of most recent AGM in this Parliament

02/03/2021

Did the group publish an income and expenditure statement relating to the AGM above?

No

Reporting year

25 Feb to 24 Feb

Next reporting deadline

25/06/2022

 

Registrable benefits received by the group

 

Benefits In Kind

Source

Description

Value £s

In bands of £1,500

Received

Registered

The Inland Waterways Association

Secretariat

 

From : 25/02/2021

To : 24/02/2022

 

9,001-10,500

25/02/2021

05/03/2021