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Urban Policy

Volume 228: debated on Thursday 8 July 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what proposals he has to recognise the requirement for long-term planning of urban regeneration.

The Government will continue to encourage and sustain long-term investment to improve the quality of life in our city areas, both through existing programmes and new initiatives. Urban development corporations will continue to attract private investment, which has so far totalled £12 billion. City challenge will continue to promote lasting regeneration and encourage partnership between central and local government, the private sector and local people. The Urban Regeneration Agency will draw together the present programmes of city grant, derelict land grant and English Estates to create a new unified approach to the regeneration of land in and around urban areas. All urban areas will benefit from substantial main programme spending.

To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment (1) when the index of urban deprivation will now be published;(2) if he will list each of his orginal and revised estimates of the date of the publication of the index of urban deprivation; and if he will make a statement.

We have made no formal estimates of the date of publication of the results of our analysis of 1991 census data. The precise timing will depend on the outcome of continuing consultation with the local authority associations and other bodies, and on the finalisation of indicators.

Name of bodyPost holderPositionAnnual salary (£)First appointed to boardPresent appointment
FromTo
Commission for the New TownsLord FinsbergDeputy Chairman9,7901 September 19921 September 199231 August 1996
Lord BellwinMember6,3101 April 19851 April 199331 March 1995
Countryside CommissionEarl of SwintonMember5,0501 July 19871 July 199030 June 1993
English NatureEarl of CranbrookChairman35,1505 November 19905 November 199031 March 1994
Earl PeelMember6,3105 November 19901 April 199331 March 1996
Joint Nature Conservation CommitteeLord SelborneChairman23,4354 September 19914 September 1991:31 March 1994
National Rivers AuthorityLord CrickhowellChairman52,94510 July 198910 July 198930 June 1994
Lord GregsonMember8,0901 July 19911 November 199231 October 1995
Rural Development CommissionLord ShuttleworthChairman31,3601 May 19901 May 199030 April 1994
Urban Development Corporation LeedsBaroness LockwoodMember5,03030 June 198830 June 199129 June 1994
Urban Development Corporation London DocklandsLord CocksDeputy Chairman23,1751 November 19882 March 19921 March 1995
Urban Development CorporationLord DormandDeputy Chairman8,59022 June 198722 June 199121 June 1993
TeessideBaroness EcclesMember5,03022 June 198722 June 199121 June 1993