Housing (Oxted and Limps-Field).

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health. – in the House of Commons am ar 25 Ebrill 1929.

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Photo of Mr Robert Taylor Mr Robert Taylor , Lincoln


asked the Minister of Health whether he has received the observations of the Godstone Rural Dis- trict Council on the petition presented to him by 49 applicants for cottages in the area, and supported by a covering letter signed by the rectors of the parishes, the four medical practitioners in the district, and a number of representative local government electors; if so, what is the nature of the council's comment; and whether he will take steps to hold an inquiry into the housing conditions in the parishes of Oxted and Limps-field unless he receives a satisfactory assurance that the necessary number of houses will be erected by the council?


I have been informed by the district council that the matter has been referred to a special committee for investigation, and that it is expected that this committee will be in a position to report to the council on the 17th May. On receipt of the council's reply, I will consider what further action may be necessary.