Kensington Square (Roadway)

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Town and Country Planning – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 20th January 1948.

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Photo of Sir Edward Keeling Sir Edward Keeling , Twickenham 12:00 am, 20th January 1948

asked the Minister of Town and Country Planning for what reason he has delayed for six months an announcement of his decision on the appeal of John Barker & Co., Ltd., against the refusal of the London County Council to permit them to drive a roadway through an eighteenth-century house in Kensington Square; whether his decision has yet been taken, and when it will be announced; and whether he is aware that pending the conclusion of these protracted proceedings seven dwelling houses in this square and the adjacent Young Street, which might be used as such, are being kept empty or used by Barkers for casual storage.