§ Mr. Key
To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster if he will list the names and occupations of the members of the three study teams he has set up to establish 399W the implications of liability problems faced by selected professions, as announced in his reply to the hon. Member for Salisbury on 28 October 1987, Official Report,column 298; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Maude
As announced on 11 May by my right hon. and noble Friend the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry—Official Report, House of Lords, columns 1208–9—we have appointed Andrew Likierman, professor of accounting and financial control at London business school, to be overall chairman of the fact-finding studies of the liability problems of selected professions. The names and current or former occupations of the members of the three study teams are as follows:
Name Occupation Auditors: William Morrison (Chairman) chartered accountant Robin Jackson Lloyd's underwriter Anthony Mallinson solicitor Geoffrey Williams merchant banker Architects/consulting engineers/construction surveyors: Donald Bishop (Chairman) academic, chartered engineer Bernard Anderson regional health authority estate manager Peter Down services engineer Donald Keating Queen's Counsel Anthony Kidd insurance underwriter Clifford Lansley architect James Myatt building contractor Roger Squire director, property company Chris Vickers chartered surveyor K. Wesley Whimster consulting engineer Other surveyors: Ian Oddy (Chairman) chartered surveyor John Chapman chartered surveyor Brian Grainger chartered surveyor Edward Hartill the City Surveyor Kim Lewison barrister Ray Moorman managing director, property company Jeremy Mortimer insurance broker