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 Local Government and the Regions - Minutes of Evidence
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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 14 July 2003.


Monday 23 June 2003

Members present:


Andrew Bennett, in the Chair
Chris MoleMr Bill O'Brien




CONTENTS

Witnesses: Mr Michael Newey FRICS, Chairman, Housing Policy Panel, Mr Jeremy Leaf FRICS, Acting Chairman, Residential Faculty, Mr Paul Creffield FRICS, Chairman of a working group on Home Condition, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); Mr Graham Jukes, Chief Executive, Mr Andrew Griffiths, Director of Technical Policy and Mr Jake Mathias, CIEH member, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, examined.

Question Numbers

381-399

400-419

420-439

Witnesses: Cllr Richard Kemp, Acting Chair, Housing Executive, Ms Gwyneth Taylor, Programme Manager and Ms Karin Divall, LGA Advisor (Brighton and Hove), Local Government Association; Ms Sarah Webb, Director of Policy, Ms Merron Simpson, Head of Policy, and Ms Elaine Elkington, Director of Housing, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Chartered Institute of Housing, examined.

Question Numbers

440-459

460-479

480-488

Witnesses: Mr Adam Sampson, Director, and Mr Alastair Jackson, Director of Policy, Shelter, examined.

Question Numbers

489-499

500-512

Witness: Lord Best, a Member of the House of Lords, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, examined.

Question Numbers

513-519

520-528

Witnesses: Lord Graham of Edmonton, a Member of the House of Lords, and Mr Hilton Dawson, a Member of the House, All Party Parliamentary Group for the Welfare of Park Home Residents, examined.

Question Numbers

529-539

540-543

Witnesses: Mr Charles Smith, Chair, Gypsy Council, Mr Cliff Codona, Chair, National Travellers' Association, Father Joe Browne, Chair, Irish Travellers' Movement and Mr Chris Johnson, Community Law Partnership, examined.

Question Numbers

544-559

560-563


 
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