Industrial and Public Utility Schemes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing. – in the House of Commons at on 9 May 1923.

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Photo of Mr George Warne Mr George Warne , Wansbeck


asked the Minister of Health how many houses have been built by industrial firms for their employés and by public utility societies, respectively, since the passing of the Housing and Town Planning, Etc., Act of 1919; and what proportion of these were built with the aid of the Government subsidy?


Information in regard to the first part of the question is not available. 4,519 houses had been completed on the 1st instant by 82 public utility societies and housing trusts under the State-aided scheme. Of these societies and trusts, some 35, which provided altogether 2,889 houses, were connected with industrial firms.