Knowledge About Water Damage Restoration: Joint Committee on the Palace of Westminster of Water Dama

Joint Committee on the Palace of Westminster of water damage restoration

The Joint Committee on the Palace of Westminster was a Joint Select Committee appointed to assess the options contained within an independent assessment report on a proposed major restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster and "make recommendations on a preferred way forward".

The Joint Committee was appointed by the House of Commons on 16 July 2015 and by the House of Lords on 20 July 2015. The Committee had twelve members (six from each House).

Chris Bryant Labour MP

Patrick Carter Labour peer

Paul Deighton Conservative peer

Neil Gray Scottish National Party

Chris Grayling Conservative MP & co-Chair

Herbert Laming Crossbencher

Ian Paisley Jr Democratic Unionist Party MP

Jacob Rees-Mogg Conservative MP

Angela Smith of Basildon Labour peer

Tina Stowell Conservative peer & co-Chair

Mark Tami Labour MP

Jim Wallace Liberal Democrat peer

In July 2016 Construction News reported: A crucial report on the Palace of Westminsters multi-billion-pound restoration project has been delayed to an unspecified date, The Grade-I listed building, which forms part of a Unesco world heritage site, needs urgent repairs and building work to safeguard it from fire, water damage, security threats and dilapidation. But a parliamentary committee report recommending a way forward expected in early 2016 has been delayed until at least the autumn and there is no date scheduled for its publication. A spokesperson from the joint committee on the Palace of Westminster confirmed that it would not be published before the summer recess, which started on Thursday 21 June. She said she was unaware of rumors that prime minister Theresa May had ordered the report to be shelved altogether.

In September 2016, SNP member Neil Gray proposed "the Joint Committee declines to consider a draft Report until it has given full consideration to the possibility of constructing a permanent new Parliamentary building, while finding an alternative future use for the Palace of Westminster; notes that this option was included in the Pre-Feasibility Study and Preliminary Strategic Business Case published in October 2012 but was rejected by the House of Commons Commission and the House of Lords House Committee at that stage; and resolves to apply the same rigorous scrutiny to the possible construction of a new Parliamentary building as it has applied to the other options for delivering the Restoration and Renewal Programme, before making a recommendation about the best option for carrying out the works" the committee voted 11/1 against this proposal.

In November 2016 Chris Byrant committee member and spokesperson for the restoration of the palace, said he would like the restoration of the Palace of Westminster and programme of works in parliaments Northern Estate combined into one overarching programme of works on the parliamentary estate because the works in the Northern Estate need to be completed before the works on the palace can begin. The timetable for the works to the palace is already slipping with Bryant saying a 2022-23 start date - nearly two years later than a report from Deloitte, Aecom and HOK last year recommended.

September 2017 Following the Dissolution of Parliament on 3 May 2017, this select committee has ceased to exist and has yet to be reformed, however the contact webpage page for this committee states that the committee is no longer meeting and gives a contact address and email for "Inquiries about Restoration and Renewal"

November 2018 The House of Commons and House of Lords jointly appoint members to a committee to scrutinise the Draft Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill . To be known as the Joint Committee on the Draft Parliamentary Buildings Bill.

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Career of water damage restoration

Oleg Krassov worked at the Institute for State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the position of senior research officer from 1978 to 1992. He was director of the Russian Federation Constitutional Court Department of Environmental and Land Law. He combined working at the Russian Federation Constitutional Court with teaching as he was employed in the position of professor in the Department Of Environmental and Agrarian Law of Moscow University of Law from 1992 to 1995.

He has been working at the Faculty of Law since September 1, 1995. He gives lecture courses on Land Law and Environmental Law (including within a framework of the Faculty of Law International Legal Programme at the International Center of Lomonosov Moscow State University in Geneva, Switzerland). He gives a special course on Topical Issues of the Natural Resources Law.

He is a member of Lomonosov Moscow State University Dissertation Council D 501.001.99 (Faculty of Law).

He interned at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign College of Law in 1990 and 1991, and holds the LLM degree.

Professor Oleg Krassov, Doctor of Juridical Science worked as a lawyer for a long time, and he was a member of Inter-Republic Bar Association from 1995 to 1997, and a member of Iniurcolleguia, Attorneys-at-Law. As an Iniurcolleguia lawyer, he won the first Russian arbitral case on the contract of sale of an enterprise as an asset complex (see details: Russian Federation Supreme Arbitration Court Plenum Presidium Act on the case # 951/96 of 20.08.1996, O.I. Krassov). The First Lawsuit on the Contract of Sale of an Enterprise Lasted a Thousand Days / Business lawyer. 1997. # 11).

He has also participated as an expert in the London Court of International Arbitration trial of the case of annulment of the contract of sale of land plots reserved for state needs. Attorney Oleg Krassov won the arbitration proceeding for the legal claim of the investment company against Krasnodar Krai Department of Property Relations on privatization of a large land plot on The Black Sea coast and building it up, etc.

Oleg Krassov, Doctor of Juridical Science, has extensive experience in consulting and preparing expert reports. For instance it, was Mr. Krassov who:

prepared the expert report on the case of legality of building the cultural and business complex Ohta by JSC Gazprom in Saint Petersburg;

proved groundlessness of compensation claims faced by a large timber company on compensation of environmental damage for not removing brush wood from cutting areas;

prepared the expert report on the Russian Federation Supreme Court case on repealing several provisions of the procedure of estimating damage caused to water objects by breaking water legislation approved by the Russian Federation Ministry of Natural Resources order of March 30, 2007;

consulted for a major investment development company on the issue of purchasing a land plot with a total area of 256 hectares in Moscow region;

represented interests of a major oil and gas company involved in the case of JSC Gazprom claim against the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Federal Agency for Subsoil Use;

proved legality of actions of Surgut Administration on the procedure of granting land plots in an auction and without auctioning;

proved legality of building tourist infrastructure facilities on the tourist complex land with permission to use it for repairing vessels, building slipways, and tourism management within industrial other special purpose lands, etc.Currently, Oleg Krassov is a member of Lomonosov Moscow State University Dissertation Council: D 501.001.99 (Faculty of Law).

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Projects of water damage restoration

Hecht Park, Haifa"Hecht Park" of about 75 dunam, is the largest intensive park in Haifa and is a component in the sequence of Haifa's coastal promenade. The park includes varied flora areas and emphasized the use of natural flora matching the existing coastal flora of the area. Furthermore, in the park there are wide lawns for public use.

The park addresses a diverse target of users: families, children, adults, open air sports, bicycle riders, joggers etc.

The park is located along the southern entry to the city and was built by the initiative of Haifa Municipality, in co-operation with Hecht Foundation.

Shikmona Coastal Park and Promenade, HaifaHaifa Shikmona coast is a narrow strip of about 80 dunam, divided by the rail way from park Hecht. Shikmona coast is a National Park and a Marine Nature Reserve. Tel Shikmona is located at the north end of the park.

Much effort was taken to preserve the existing coastal flora, as well as to reintroduce the local flora which had been typical of this area in the distant past.

The coastal complex of Hecht Park and Shikmona Coastal Park is designated to respond to the ever-growing needs for recreation activities, exposing the city residents and its visitors to the ecological, landscape and archaeological values of this unique shore.

Shikmona Coastal Park includes a pedestrian promenade of about 1km and a bicycle path of 1.6km. The park was erected by the initiative of Haifa Municipality, with the assistance of a contribution of the Electric Company.

Israel Cross Highway (no. 6), Ramot Menashe sectionThis section of the Israel Cross Highway passes through a highly sensitive landscape of Oak hills. The road crosses also 11 river beds some of which are Nature Reserves.

The landscape restoration concept was of an ecological-landscape, reconstructing the landscape, which had existed prior to carrying out the road, and blended into the natural and agricultural landscapes around the road. The plant restoration complements the "external" landscape and "interweaves" the patterns of the landscape around. Seeds, and geophytes were gathered, prior to carrying out the works, for sprouting local habitats. The use of local flor enables to reduce the water quantity required for irrigation and emphasizes the seasonal change experience of the country's landscapes.

Greenstein Har-Gil Firm "accompanied" the engineering planning from its early stages. The landscape design included a landscape analysis, participating in determining the horizontal and vertical road route in order to minimize the environmental damage, examining the various alternatives and determining the location and length of the bridges and tunnels as well as planning the interchanges. Due to the landscape sensitivity of the area and the nature of the planning process, the landscape and environmental aspects received particularly great emphasis and importance and affected significantly the engineering of the road. Erecting the road was managed by Cross Israel Highway Company.

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