Highways APPG

First Registered: 31/08/2016 • Last updated on: 05/11/2019

Note: This APPG was last registered on 5th Nov 2019. The APPG was not registered in the latest release of 17th Nov 2021 and may be defunct.

To increase Members' knowledge and awareness of issues concerned with the proper provision and maintenance of our highways, with a focus on Local Authority roads.

Note: All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal, cross-party groups formed by MPs and Members of the House of Lords who share a common interest in a particular policy area, region or country. APPGs have no official status within Parliament.

Former Members - Contact Details - Benefits in Kind - Financial Benefits

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Recent Documents related to Highways

1. Annual assessment of Highways England’s performance: April 2020 to March 2021
15/07/2021 - Highways England
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Found: Corporate report Annual assessment of Highways England’s performance: April 2020 to March 2021

2. Highways England performance report 2020 to 2021
15/07/2021 - Highways England
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Found: Highways England's Performance Report to Parliament 2020 -21 July 2021 Highways England's

3. Highways England performance report 2020 to 2021
15/07/2021 - Highways England
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Found: Highways England's Performance Report to Parliament 2020 -21 July 2021 Highways England's

4. Highways England 2019 to 2020 performance report
21/07/2020 - Highways England
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Found: July 2020 Highways England's Performance Report to Parliament 2019 -20 Moving Britain Ahead

5. Highways England 2019 to 2020 performance report
21/07/2020 - Department for Transport
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Found: July 2020 Highways England's Performance Report to Parliament 2019 -20 Moving Britain Ahead

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Highways

1. Orwell Bridge Closures during High Winds
03/12/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: another winter of experiencing more bridge closures. Highways England is responsible for managing and maintaining - Speech Link

2. Historical Railways Estate
05/07/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: management of the Historical Railways Estate by Highways England; and in particular, whether that management - Speech Link
2: prejudice the reopening of railway lines, and Highways England has regular discussions with the devolved - Speech Link
3: leader in Saturday’s Times. Can she confirm that Highways England has now reduced to 69 its hitlist of 134 - Speech Link

3. Motorway Safety
07/09/2021 - Written Statements

1: lanes, known as red “X” violations and National Highways is upgrading specialist cameras to help better - Speech Link

4. Highways England First Year Progress Report on Smart Motorways Stocktake
20/04/2021 - Written Statements

1: driving in closed lanes, known as red x violations. Highways England is upgrading all enforcement cameras across - Speech Link

5. All-lane Running Motorways
22/01/2020 - Westminster Hall

1: carriageway. Mr O’Sullivan, the chief executive of Highways England, recently revealed to the Select Committee - Speech Link
2: Almost all smart motorways are underpinned by Highways England’s MIDAS—motorway incident detection and - Speech Link
3: false alarms.”The Minister must not believe Highways England when it tells him that SVD is the panacea - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Highways
1. Highways England
asked by: Lord Triesman
23/03/2020
... to review that organisation’s licence.

2. Highways England
asked by: Lord Triesman
23/03/2020
... and (2) the National Planning Policy Framework.

3. Highways England
asked by: Baroness Randerson
17/06/2019
... who are the members of that panel.

4. Highways England: Marketing
asked by: Matt Rodda
02/11/2020
... (ii) signage and (iii) website for the proposed rebranding of Highways England.

5. Highways Agency: Marketing
asked by: Matt Rodda
02/11/2020
... who authorised the work to rebrand the Highways Agency; what procurement process was used; and what steps he took to ensure that process complied with Government guidance on marketing spending and procurement.

Latest Questions
Former APPG Members
Christopher Chope Portrait
Christopher Chope
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - Christchurch
Joined: 31st August 2016
Departed: 5th November 2019
Lord Brabazon of Tara Portrait
Lord Brabazon of Tara
Treasurer
Conservative - Excepted Hereditary
Joined: 31st August 2016
Departed: 5th November 2019
No other APPG Memberships
Greg Knight Portrait
Greg Knight
Secretary
Conservative - East Yorkshire
Joined: 18th July 2018
Departed: 5th November 2019
Alex Chalk Portrait
Alex Chalk
Secretary
Conservative - Cheltenham
Joined: 31st August 2016
Departed: 6th June 2018
Christopher Chope Portrait
Christopher Chope
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - Christchurch
Joined: 31st August 2016
Departed: 20th December 2017
Benefits in Kind
Date
11 Jul 2019
Source
Mineral Products Association
Description
Mineral Products Association is funded by Asphalt Industry Alliance and the Institute of Highway Engineers to act as the group's secretariat.   From : 11/07/2019 To : 10/07/2020
Value
£1,501
Date
9 Jul 2019
Source
Asphalt Industry
Description
Lunches held on 12.03.2019 and 9.07.2019
Value
£1,501
Date
9 Jul 2019
Source
Institute of Highway Engineers
Description
Lunches held on 12.03.2019 and 9.07.2019
Value
£1,501
Date
11 Jul 2017
Source
Mineral Products Association
Description
Mineral Products Association is funded by Asphalt Industry Alliance and the Institute of Highway Engineers to act as the group's secretariat.   From : 11/07/2017 To : 10/07/2018
Value
£1,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Highways APPG