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Norman Park, Bromley (Model Aircraft Inquiry)

Volume 934: debated on Thursday 30 June 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what is the fee payable to the barrister who conducted the recent public local inquiry in respect of the new byelaws proposed by the London borough of Bromley with regard to the flying of power-driven model aircraft in Norman Park and other matters and on what basis this payment is calculated.

The appropriate fee, determined by reference to the fees paid generally to lawyers in private practice for work undertaken in the public service, is £45 a day. It is payable in respect of time spent on work connected with the inquiry, including presiding at the inquiry and preparing the report.

Authority making byelawsHampshire County Council.Adur District Council.Lake District Special Planning Board.Bromley Borough Council.
Subject-matterWater-skiing on Upper River Hamble.Hang-gliding on Mill Hill.Speed limit on certain Lakes.Flying of model aircraft in parks.
Inquiry held byMr. Michael Howard.Mr. Leo Charles.Mr. M. Burke-Gaffney.Mr. J. W. McDonald.
Date when inquiry completed13th November 1975.6th August 1976.22nd October 1976.31st January 1977.
Date when report received10th May 1976.23rd March 1977.7th March 1977.Not yet
Date of decision13th June 1976.No decision yet reached.