Transport Committee Select Committee Announcement 21 June 2011

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21 June 2011
For Immediate Release: SCA 71/2010–12

ORAL EVIDENCE SESSION – High Speed rail

Tuesday 28 June 2011

Committee Room 8, House of Commons

Witnesses:
At 10.15 am

· Professor David Begg, Director, Campaign for High Speed Rail
· David Frost, Director General, British Chamber of Commerce
· Jim Steer, Director, Greengauge21

At 10.55 am

· Geoff Inskip, Chief Executive, Centro
· Core Cities Group
· Leeds City Region
· Geoffrey Piper, Chief Executive, NW Business Leadership Team

At 11.45 am

· Cllr Stephen Greenhalgh, Leader, Hammersmith & Fulham Council
· John Dickie, Director of Strategy & Policy, London First
· Daniel Moylan, Deputy Chairman, Transport for London

These timings are approximate and the sessions may start slightly earlier or later than advertised. Witnesses are subject to change.
FURTHER INFORMATION:

Committee Membership is as follows:
Mrs Louise Ellman (Labour/Co-operative, Liverpool Riverside) (Chair); Steve Baker (Conservative, Wycombe); Jim Dobbin (Labour/Co-operative, Heywood and Middleton); Mr Tom Harris (Labour, Glasgow South); Julie Hilling (Labour, Bolton West); Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative, Spelthorne); Mr John Leech (Liberal Democrat, Manchester Withington); Paul Maynard (Conservative, Blackpool North and Cleveleys); Gavin Shuker (Labour/Co-operative, Luton South); Iain Stewart (Conservative, Milton Keynes South); Julian Sturdy (Conservative, York Outer).

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