HC Deb 06 March 1885 vol 295 cc292-3

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether, in view of the recommendations on the subject of fisheries made in the Report of the Crofters Commission, it is intended by the Government to take any action on that branch of the Report; and, whether those localities named by the Commissioners as requiring piers or harbours will be inspected by official engineers, in order that they may report on the practicability of giving effect to those recommendations?


This is a matter which will have to be considered in connection with the Report of the Piers and Harbours Committee for Scotland. The suggestion of my hon. Friend, that the other places referred to in the Report should be officially examined, I think well deserves consideration.