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Select Committee on Office of the Deputy Prime Minister: Housing, Planning, Local Government and the Regions Minutes of Proceedings Report


TUESDAY 15th OCTOBER 2002

  Members Present:

Andrew Bennett, in the Chair


Sir Paul Beresford Dr John Pugh
Mr David ClellandChristine Russell
Mr John CummingsGary Streeter
Mr Bill O'Brien


The Committee deliberated.

Ordered, That Mr Betts be the Chair of the Urban Affairs Sub-committee for the inquiry into the Effectiveness of Government Regeneration Initiatives.—(Andrew Bennett.)

Notice having been taken of the decision by the Committee on the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister: Housing, Planning, Local Government & the Regions to visit Birmingham, Stoke and Sheffield in November;

Notice having been taken of the terms of reference for the inquiry into Planning, Competitiveness and Productivity.

Notice having been taken that the Committee has agreed to commission research for the inquiry into Planning, Competitiveness and Productivity.

Ordered, That Mr Michael Parkinson be appointed Specialist Adviser to assist the Committee in its inquiry into the Effectiveness of Government Regeneration Initiatives.—(The Chairman.)

Ordered, That Mr Richard Bate be appointed Specialist Adviser to assist the Committee in its inquiry into Planning, Competitiveness and Productivity.—(The Chairman.)

Ordered, That the memoranda submitted to the Committee for the inquiry into Affordable Housing be reported to the House.—(The Chairman.)

Ordered, That the memoranda submitted to the Committee for the inquiry into the Government Regeneration Initiatives be reported to the House.—(The Chairman.)

The Committee further deliberated.

Affordable Housing: Councillor Michael Keith and Maureen Mc Eleney, Tower Hamlets Council, were examined.

 Councillor Dame Sally Powell, Elaine Elkington and Nigel Pallace, Hammersmith and Fulham Council, were examined.

 Peter Studdert, Cambridge City Council, was examined.    

 Keith Day, Addenbrooke's Hospital Trust, was examined.    

Paul Hayler and David Gregory, Keep London Working SRB Partnership, were examined.

  [Adjourned till Tuesday 22nd October at a quarter to Ten o'clock





 
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