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

37.

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.