asked the Minister of Health how many houses have been built by the Hadham Rural District Council during the past six years; how many it is proposed to build during the next six months; and whether the information in his possession leads him to think that the reasonable requirements of the agricultural workers in this district are receiving proper consideration at the hands of the council?
Sir H. YOUNG:
During the past six years 18 houses, including 12 in agricultural parishes, have been provided by the rural district council. I have recently agreed to a proposal of the council to build four houses in another agricultural parish. I have no evidence that the reasonable requirements of the agricultural workers of the district are not receiving due consideration from the council.