LARA and the TRF were both invited to give oral evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006. This followed written evidence submitted by LARA in September. The oral evidence session took place on 21 November, with Alan Kind representing LARA and Mario Costa-Sa representing the TRF. As usual with Parliamentary Select Committees, the members of the Committee (all Members of the House of Lords in this case) had been well-briefed and asked pertinent, and searching, questions. Overall we felt that both motoring organisations had been given a fair hearing.
You can read more about the Committee, and its work, here – http://bit.ly/2BwY75U – selecting “View all publications” for links to transcripts of the various evidence sessions and a link to watch the proceedings on Parliament TV.