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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 5 February 2003.


MINUTES OF EVIDENCE

TAKEN BEFORE THE TRANSPORT COMMITTEE

WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2003


Members present:


Mrs Gwyneth Dunwoody, in the Chair
Tom BrakeMrs Louise Ellman
Mr Gregory CampbellIan Lucas
Mr Brian H DonohoeMr George Stevenson
Clive EffordMr Graham Stringer


CONTENTS

Examination of Witnesses

MR ED BANNOCK MBE, Network Director for London, MR LES GUEST, Network Policy Implementation Manager, Transco plc; MR RICHARD ACKROYD, Director of Regulation and Investment, JEAN SPENCER, Head of Economic Regulation, Yorkshire Water; and MR PHIL THOMPSON, Director of Network Capacity and Planning, British Telecom, examined.

Question Numbers

1-19

20-39

40-59

60-61

Examination of Witnesses

MR PETER GOODE, Nottingham City Council, Chairman of NSWHG, MR BOB BAYLEY, East Sussex County Council, Vice-Chairman of NSWHG and MR CHRIS TUNSTALL, Durham County Council, examined.

Question Numbers

62-79

80-99

100-113

Examination of Witnesses

MR GEOFF ALLISTER, Director of Engineering, Northern Ireland Roads Service, Chairman of County Surveyor's Society, MR MATTHEW LUGG, Assistant Director, (Highways and Engineering), Cambridgeshire County Council and MR MIKE BORDISS, County Highways Officer, Northamptonshire County Council, examined.

Question Numbers

114-119

120-139

140-158

Examination of Witnesses

JOAN WALLEY, a Member of the House, Honorary Secretary, Associate Parliamentary Lighting Group, MR ROGER ELPHICK OBE, Highway Management Services, Durham County Council, Chairman, Associate Parliamentary Lighting Group and MR DAVID WEBSTER, Chairman, David Webster Group Limited, examined.

Question Numbers

159-179

180-198



 
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