Tag Archives: Christopher Pincher

Is Parliament a wise place for such comments to be made


It would be very easy for some of us to assume that Parliament is the location and context for ways to improve our nation. In addition the cost of running Parliament does suggest that any debate should be based on … Continue reading

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Let us thank Andrew Griffith for his debate on Dark Skies


A few days before Christmas on 14th December a Parliamentary debate in the House of Commons took place which was organised by the MP for Arundel and South Downs under the very short title of Dark Skies. He explained in … Continue reading

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We need to establish a new generation of Regional Assemblies


Last Thursday there was a debate under the subject of Planning and House Building in the House of Commons. Having read the speeches it is clear that the elements being raised by some of the MPs who were able to … Continue reading

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Who will educate our Ministers about what #happenedinthepast


An article about housing plans written by Christopher Pincher, the Minister of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government was published yesterday on the Conservative Home website. He is attempting to explain the way in which local Councils need to … Continue reading

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Temporary reform of Construction legislation


Last Monday in the House of Commons a number of MPs took part in the second reading of the Business and Planning Bill which appears to be supported by both the Government and the Labour Party. This suggests it will … Continue reading

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