Bomb-Damaged and Army-Occupied Houses

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Housing – in the House of Commons am ar 5 Awst 1943.

Danfonwch hysbysiad imi am ddadleuon fel hyn

Photo of Dame Florence Horsbrugh Dame Florence Horsbrugh , Dundee

The 90,000 houses are those that could be repaired when there is a larger amount of material and labour. That does not take into account those that are completely demolished or not worth repairing. In reply to the second part of the question, the military authorities are using houses in some parts of the country, but if there are any particular cases about which the hon. Gentleman would like to let me know, we will look into them.