§ Mr. Burstow
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions what progress the shadow Strategic Rail Authority has reported to him in respect of the refurbishment works at(a) Cheam station and (b) Sutton station. 
§ Mr. Hill
The following works have been completed at Cheam station: platform repairs, refurbished canopy, resurfaces car park to eliminate flooding, new handrail in subway, CCTV installation and a customer information system.
The major refurbishment works at Sutton are progressing well although there has been some slippage in the original timetable. In a project of this size and when working on an old building it is not unusual for timetables742W
Mr. Robert Ainsworth
The British Plastics Federation has provided the estimates for the UK. They include packaging and non-packaging waste and, in the total figure, an estimated 425,000 tonnes of recycled pre-consumer plastic waste each year.
to change as a result of some of the works proving to be more complicated or additional work proving necessary. Particular issues encountered at Sutton station include drainage, the state of lift shaft 4 and additional work proving necessary to the roof. The waiting room and platform surfaces and lift shaft 1 should now be completed in mid to late February; the ticket hall by the end of February; lifts 2 and 3 and the disabled car park by middle of March. These dates are not guaranteed and must be regarded as best estimates provided by the contractors.