§ 2.47 p.m.
§ THE CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES (THE EARL OF LISTOWEL)
My Lords, I beg to move that this Bill be now read a second time.
§ Moved, That the Bill be now read a—(The Earl of Listowel.)
§ LORD BURNTWOOD
My Lords, I should like to ask a question about this Bill. Having read the deposited documents and the Bill, I do not apprehend that particular provision has been made for what is known at Newhaven as the North Quay. I may be quite wrong in my interpretation of what has so far been deposited, but I should like to ask whether it is a fact that the North Quay, which includes somewhat obsolete equipment but nevertheless valuable water, will be isolated or indeed put out of action when this work on the new bridge has been completed, or whether facilities will still be retained for the public or for private boat users?
§ THE EARL OF LISTOWEL
My Lords, in reply to the noble Lord's question, I 783 can assure him that his point about the North Quay will be considered by the Committee on Unopposed Bills to which this Bill will be referred if your Lordships give it a Second reading.
§ On Question, Bill read 2a, and committed to the Committee on Unopposed Bills.