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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill 2017-19

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018.

Committee members and staff

Chairs:

Clerks:

  • Farah Bhatti, Mike Everett

Members:

 

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 135KB 16.11.2017
Committee Debates: compilation of sittings so far (PDF Version) (PDF, 1014KB) 16.11.2017
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 219KB 14.11.2017
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 157KB 14.11.2017
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 113KB 02.11.2017
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 143KB 02.11.2017
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 206KB 31.10.2017
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 184KB 31.10.2017

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: Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (AEVB30) (PDF, 291KB) 17.11.2017
Written Evidence: David Gregory (AEVB31) (PDF, 325KB) 17.11.2017
Written Evidence: Riversimple Movement Ltd (AEVB32) 17.11.2017
Written Evidence: The Institute of the Motor Industry (AEVB33) (PDF, 7MB) 17.11.2017
Written Evidence: Addison Lee (AEVB11) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Vivergo Fuels (AEVB12) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: LEVC (AEVB13) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Daniel Scharf (AEVB14) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Matthew Roberts (AEVB15) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Tom Vanstone (AEVB16) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: David G. Edwards (AEVB17) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: H S Marks (AVEB18) (PDF, 953KB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Andrew Fischer (AEVB19) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Cycling UK (AEVB20) (PDF, 175KB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Simon Hilton (AEVB21) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Mayor of London and Transport for London (AEVB22) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Stephen Mason (AEVB23) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: UK Power Networks (supplementary) (AEVB24) (PDF, 304KB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (AEVB25) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA) (AEVB26) (PDF, 345KB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Letter from the Minister on levels of automation (AEVB27) (PDF, 907KB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Letter from the Minister on Handover period and contributory negligence (AEVB28) (PDF, 104KB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: Hubject GmbH, supported by EV Driver Ltd, PlugSurfing GmbH and The New Motion BV (AEVB29) (PDF, 2MB) 15.11.2017
Written Evidence: British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) (AEVB07) 03.11.2017
Written Evidence: IAM Roadsmart (AEVB08) (PDF, 353KB) 03.11.2017
Written Evidence: Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) (AEVB09) (PDF, 323KB) 03.11.2017
Written Evidence: Joint submission from academics at the University of Exeter and Koc University (AEVB10) 03.11.2017
Written Evidence: Anthony Beken (AEVB01) 01.11.2017
Written Evidence: Simon Canfer (AEVB02) 01.11.2017
Written Evidence: S Richards (AEVB03) 01.11.2017
Written Evidence: Professor James Davey (AEVB04) 01.11.2017
Written Evidence: International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) (AEVB05) 01.11.2017
Written Evidence: RAC (AEVB06) (PDF, 340KB) 01.11.2017

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