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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Bus Services Bill [HL] 2016-17

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Bus Services Act 2017.

Committee members and staff

Chairs:  Members:  

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 186KB 16.03.2017
Committee Debate: Compilation of sittings so far (PDF, 584KB) 16.03.2017
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 263KB 14.03.2017
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 191KB 14.03.2017

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: Bus user group for Potters Bar and the city of St Albans (BSB 01) (PDF, 815KB) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Roger Sexton (BSB 02) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Equality and Human Rights Commission (BSB 03) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Dr John Disney (BSB 04) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Gordon Forster (BSB 05) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Age UK (BSB 06) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: FirstGroup (BSB 07) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Dr Jon Lamonte, Chief Executive, Transport for Greater Manchester (BSB 08) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership (BSB 09) (PDF, 122KB) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Arriva (BSB 10) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (BSB 11) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Martin Carr (BSB 12) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Tom Kearney (BSB 13) (PDF, 340KB) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Catherine Casserley and Chris Fry, legal advisers to Mr Paulley (BSB 14) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: National Express West Midlands (BSB 15) (PDF, 405KB) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Association of Colleges (BSB 16) (PDF, 394KB) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Jeffrey Richard Harvey (BSB 17) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Campaign for Better Transport (BSB 18) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: The UK Cards Association (BSB 19) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Mr Shouvik Datta (BSB 20) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Nexus (BSB 21) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Leicestershire County Council (BSB 22) (PDF, 60KB) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Mrs Sunitha Webster (BSB 23) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Baroness Campbell of Surbiton (BSB 24) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Wellglade Group (BSB 25) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: West Yorkshire Combined Authority (BSB 26) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Worcestershire County Council Transportation Services Unit (BSB 27) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Transport for All and Doug Paulley (BSB 28) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Paul Russell (BSB 29) 16.03.2017
Written Evidence: Community Transport Association (BSB 30) (PDF, 482KB) 16.03.2017

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