Welsh Affairs Committee take evidence in Cardiff
04 November 2010
On Thursday 4 November the Welsh Affairs Committee will hold an evidence session in Cardiff in connection with its inquiry into the Severn Crossings Toll.
The Chair of the Committee, David T. C. Davies said
“The Severn Crossings are vital to the prosperity of South Wales and beyond. I am very pleased that the Committee is taking evidence in Cardiff on an issue of such importance to businesses and the people of Wales more widely.
This is the first occasion we have taken evidence in Wales in this Parliamentary Session. When the opportunity presents itself in the future, we intend to take evidence in other locations around Wales”.
Committee Room 4, Tŷ Hywel, National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff
At 11.45 am
- Severn River Crossing Plc
Mr Jim Clune, General Manager
Mr James Rawle, Deputy General Manager
At 12.45 pm
- Welsh Assembly Government
Mr Ieuan Wyn Jones, AM, Deputy First Minster and Minster for the Economy and Transport and officials.
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