Town and Country Planning Bill,

– in the House of Commons on 10th December 1931.

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"to authorise the making of schemes with respect to the development and planning of land, whether urban or rural, and in that connection to repeal and re-enact with amendments the enactments relating to town planning; to provide for the protection of rural amenities and the preservation of buildings and other objects of interest or beauty and for charging on owners of property expenditure on improvements within areas to which schemes apply; to facilitate the acquisition of land for garden cities; and to make other provision in connection with the matters aforesaid," presented by Sir Hilton Young; supported by Sir Archibald Sinclair, Mr. Ernest Brown, and Mr. Skelton; to be read a Second time upon Tuesday, 2nd February, and to be printed. [Bill 15.]