Peak District APPG

First Registered: 04/11/2020 • Last updated on: 06/10/2021

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To bring together parliamentarians and conservationists to discuss and raise awareness of the Peak District National Park and seek ways to improve the area.

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Recent Documents related to Peak District

1. Proposed undertakings
13/12/2019 - Competition and Markets Authority
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Found: - Lancaster Oxenholme Lake District - Haymarket Oxenholme Lake District - Edinburgh Waverley Edinburgh

2. SK23 7EB, Peak District Leisure Ltd: environmental permit application advertisement - EPR/PB3397RN/A001
18/11/2019 - Environment Agency
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Found: SK23 7EB, Peak District Leisure Ltd: environmental permit application

3. LIFE in the Ravines
07/05/2021 - Natural England
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Found: Ravines Restoration of ravine woodland in the Peak District Dales SAC to mitigate effects of ash dieback

4. LIFE in the Ravines
07/05/2021 - Natural England
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Found: dieback and restore ravine woodlands in the Peak District. From: Natural England Published:

5. Bovine TB: authorisation for badger control in 2019
11/09/2019 - Natural England
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Found: additional conditions proposed Ballidon Dale SSSI Peak District Dales SAC All vehicles must be restricted

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Recent Speeches related to Peak District

1. Sky Lanterns (Prohibition)
27/03/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: wildfires was raging around the moorland of High Peak, I was shocked to discover that an American company - Speech Link

2. Redhill, Reigate and District Rail Services
18/10/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: public meeting organised by Reigate, Redhill and District Rail Users Association—I was there, and I have - Speech Link

3. Agency Nurses
10/01/2018 - Lords Chamber

1: seek to reduce the use of agency staff. Since a peak in April 2016, the number of nursing shifts procured - Speech Link
2: actually fallen since April 2016, which was the peak. This shows that there has been a much more planned - Speech Link
3: to its title, does he agree that community and district nurses must be a vital part of the interface between - Speech Link

4. Flooding Compensation
25/02/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: read:“Measures announced today apply to those affected in district or unitary authorities that have 25 or more flooded - Speech Link
2: flood recovery framework is available only to district or unitary authorities with over 25 flooded properties - Speech Link
3: particularly on the River Severn. I know that the peak time will be between midnight tonight and 5 o’clock - Speech Link

5. Stoke-Leek Line: Reopening
20/07/2021 - Westminster Hall

1: attractions. As well as Alton Towers, we have the Peak Wildlife Park and Biddulph Grange Garden—beautiful - Speech Link
2: In many cases, they now run fewer services during peak hours than during the rest of the day, because they - Speech Link
3: visitors.A public transport network can link the Peak national park and, potentially, Alton Towers. It - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Peak District
1. Hares: Peak District National Park
asked by: Olivia Blake
... whether his Department is planning to introduce protections for the last surviving population in England of mountain hares in the Peak District National Park.

2. Tree Planting: Peak District National Park
asked by: Robert Largan
... what plans his Department has to plant trees in the Peak District.

3. District Councils
asked by: Daniel Zeichner
...What assessment he has made of the effectiveness of joint working between councils in two-tier local authority areas.

4. District Heating
asked by: Rupa Huq
... when he plans to publish the public consultation on proposals for the regulation of district heating networks.

5. District Heating
asked by: Neil Coyle
... what funding the Government can provide to local councils to replace unreliable and ageing district heating systems.

Latest Questions
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5 Current APPG Officers
Robert Largan Portrait
Robert Largan
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - High Peak
Joined: 4th November 2020
Chris Clarkson Portrait
Chris Clarkson
Vice Chair
Conservative - Heywood and Middleton
Joined: 4th November 2020
Nigel Mills Portrait
Nigel Mills
Vice Chair
Conservative - Amber Valley
Joined: 4th November 2020
Jonathan Reynolds Portrait
Jonathan Reynolds
Vice Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Stalybridge and Hyde
Joined: 4th November 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Robert Largan MP, House of Commons,

No benefits in kind are on record for the Peak District APPG

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Peak District APPG