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Highways (Amendment) Bill: Committee to hear evidence

The Select Committee of the Legislative Council on the Highways (Amendment) Bill 2015 will be taking oral evidence on Tuesday 9 February 2016 at 2.30pm, provided that the sitting of the Legislative Council has finished by then. The evidence will be given by Jeff Robinson and Bill Corlett from the Department of Infrastructure together with Howard Connell from the Attorney General’s Chambers.

The session will be held in the Legislative Council Chamber, Legislative Buildings, Bucks Road, Douglas. The evidence will be taken in public. Members of the public are welcome to attend or to listen via the audio webcast service.

The Committee was established on 8 December 2015. The Members elected to the Committee by the Legislative Council are Mr Coleman, Mr Corkish, Mr Turner and Mr Wild. At its first meeting the Committee elected Mr Turner as its chair.

The Committee heard oral evidence on 21 January 2016 from Mr Hamish Killip. His evidence can be read here.

The Highways (Amendment) Bill as it was introduced into the Keys can be read here.

The Bill was amended in the Keys. The amendments made by the Keys are reproduced on the Legislative Council Order Paper for 8 December 2015 which can be read here.


Jonathan King
Clerk of the Legislative Council
Legislative Buildings,
Isle of Man
01624 685500

Published - 03/02/2016