HC Deb 09 February 1962 vol 653 cc94-5W
Sir W. Bromley-Davenport

asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs what was the number of appeals by advertising interests dealt with during 1961 under the Control of Advertisements Regulations, 1948; how many of these were dealt with at public hearings and by correspondence respectively; how many in each group referred, respectively, to posters, including bulletin boards bust not trade signs, public information panels and trade signs on the premises of the occupiers concerned; and how many of each category were rejected or allowed.

Mr. Rippon

The number of appeals decided during 1961 under the Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations was 1,612. Details are as follows:

Europe, as full or substitute members; and if he will give the average attendance of the Members of Parliament of each of the three political parties for the 12 months to the last convenient date.

Mr. Heath

The Members of the United Kingdom Delegation to the

Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe are as follows:

Full Members

  • Mr. Austen H. Albu.
  • The Right Honourable George A. Brown.
  • Mr. Robert Chichester-Clark.
  • The Right Honourable Lord Crathorne, T.D.
  • Mr. John B. Eden.
  • Lord Grantchester, O.B.E.
  • The Right Honourable Arthur Henderson. Q.C
  • Mr. John B. Hynd.
  • Mr. Anthony Kershaw, M.C.
  • Dr. Horace M. King, B.A., Ph.D.
  • Mr. Peter M. Kirk.
  • Mr. Maurice Macmillan.
  • Commander Sir John F. W. Maitland.
  • Mr. Robert Mathew, T.D.
  • Mr. Gerald W. Reynolds.
  • Mr. Ronald S. Russell.
  • Mr. Michael Stewart.
  • Viscount Stonehaven

Substitute Members

  • Mr. Philip C. Goodhart.
  • Mr. A. J. Irvine, Q.C.
  • Lord Latham.
  • Mrs. Patricia McLaughlin.
  • Mr. Bruce Millan.
  • Mr. William J. Peel.
  • Sir Otho L. Prior-Palmer, D.S.O
  • Mr. George H. R. Rogers.
  • Mr. James Scott-Hopkins.
  • Mr. Jeremy Thorpe.
  • The Honourable Christopher M. Woodhouse, D.S O., O.B.E.

The Consultative Assembly has met three times since April, 1961, and the average attendance figures for full and substitute members combined are: Conservative and allied Parties, twelve; Labour Party, eight; and Liberal, one.