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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the High Speed Rail (Preparation) Bill 2013-14

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the High Speed Rail (Preparation) Act 2013.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Jim Sheridan and Annette Brooke

16 Members:

  • Mr Simon Burns
  • Nic Dakin
  • Frank Dobson
  • Pat Glass
  • Lilian Greenwood
  • Kris Hopkins
  • Karen Lumley
  • Mr Khalid Mahmood
  • Nicky Morgan
  • Graeme Morrice
  • Mr Alan Reid
  • Jim Shannon
  • Mrs Caroline Spelman
  • Iain Stewart
  • Julian Sturdy
  • Martin Vickers

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 103KB 18.07.2013
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 186KB 16.07.2013
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 155KB 16.07.2013
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 192KB 11.07.2013
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 112KB 11.07.2013
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 168KB 09.07.2013
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 159KB 09.07.2013

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Written Evidence - consolidated pdf version (PDF, 2MB) 29.07.2013
Written Evidence - Camden London Borough Council supplementary (HSR 30) 19.07.2013
Written Evidence - South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE) on behalf of the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (HSR 31) 19.07.2013
Written Evidence - Chris Damant (HSR 32) 19.07.2013
Written Evidence - Network Rail (HSR 33) 19.07.2013
Written Evidence - Penny Gaines (HSR 23) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - London Borough of Newham (HSR 24) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - Cllr Ray Puddifoot (Leader of Hillingdon Council) (HSR 25) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - Stop HS2 (HSR 26) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - Digbeth Residents' Association, Birmingham (HSR 27) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - Dr Paul Hoad (HSR 28) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - Michael Edwards (The Bartlett School, UCL) (HSR 29) 18.07.2013
Written Evidence - Rail Freight Group (HSR 13) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - Heathrow Hub Ltd (HSR 14) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - Woodland Trust (HSR 15) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - The Airport Operators Association (AOA) (HSR 16) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - Dr Paul Harlow (HSR 17) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - BiblioFox Research (HSR 18) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - Tonge and Breedon HS2 Action Group (HSR 19) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - David Richards (HSR 20) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - David Dundas (HSR 21) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - Andrew Cordiner (HSR 22) 16.07.2013
Written Evidence - CPRE London (HSR 10) 12.07.2013
Written Evidence - John Withington (HSR 11) 12.07.2013
Written Evidence - Institute of Civil Engineers ICE (HSR 12) 12.07.2013
Written Evidence - Camden London Borough Council (HSR 01) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Dr Paul Hoad (HSR 02) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Dr Chris Eaglen LLB (HSR 03) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Andrew Bodman LLB (HSR 04) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Wendover HS2 action group (WHS2) (HSR 05) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - HS2 Action Alliance (HSR 06) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Greengauge 21 (HSR 07) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Charlie Sarell (HSR 08) 10.07.2013
Written Evidence - Country Land and Business Association (HSR 09) 10.07.2013

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