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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Local Government Finance Bill 2016-17

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Local Government Finance Bill.

Committee members and staff

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Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 10th Sitting | PDF version, 224KB 21.02.2017
Committee Debate: 9th Sitting | PDF version, 174KB 21.02.2017
Committee Debates: Compilation of Sittings so far (PDF, 1MB) 21.02.2017
Committee Debate: 8th Sitting 09.02.2017
Committee Debate: 7th Sitting 09.02.2017
Committee Debate: 6th Sitting 07.02.2017
Committee Debate: 5th Sitting 07.02.2017
Committee Debate: 4th Sitting 02.02.2017
Committee Debate: 3rd Sitting 02.02.2017
Committee Debate: 2nd Sitting 31.01.2017
Committee Debate: 1st Sitting 31.01.2017

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: Local Government Association (LGA) (LGF 08) 22.02.2017
Written Evidence: Association of Convenience Stores (LGF 03) (PDF, 636KB) 21.02.2017
Written Evidence: Core Cities (LGF 04) (PDF, 306KB) 21.02.2017
Written Evidence: British BIDs (LGF 05) 21.02.2017
Written Evidence: British Property Federation (LGF 06) 21.02.2017
Written Evidence: British Chambers of Commerce (LGF 07) (PDF, 593KB) 21.02.2017
Written Evidence: Sedgemoor District Council (LGF 02) 09.02.2017
Written Evidence: Northern BIDs Group (LGF 01) 07.02.2017

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