Royal Army Ordnance Corps Depot, Didcot.

Oral Answers to Questions — China. – in the House of Commons am ar 14 Ebrill 1927.

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Photo of Colonel Ralph Glyn Colonel Ralph Glyn , Abingdon


asked the Secretary of State for War what are the rents being charged by his Department to civilian employés working at the Royal Army Ordnance Corps depot at Didcot; what is the accommodation provided in each case; to what extent are the employés so housed subject to War Office control and supervision; and what security of tenure have they?

Photo of Mr Worthington Evans Mr Worthington Evans , Colchester

The rents vary according to the type of house, from 12s. 8d. a week, inclusive of rates, for one containing a living room, kitchen scullery, bathroom and three bedrooms, to 9s. a week, for one containing a living room, scullery, bathroom and two bedrooms. The tenancies, which are weekly, are subject to the control and supervision normally exercised by the landlord of a housing estate.