HC Deb 16 June 1896 vol 41 cc1158-9
MR. D. F. GODDARD (Ipswich)

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for War, if it be true that the War Office intends to build a military hospital at Felixstowe, on that part of the Land-guard nearest to a number of dwelling-houses; and, if so, whether the site could not be altered and fixed at the other end of the Landguard, half a mile off; and, whether the War Office have received a representation on the subject from the Felixstowe District Council?


The exact site for the intended hospital cannot be settled until after an inspection by the Army Sanitary Committee. The inspection will be made at an early date. A representation from the District Council of Felixstowe has been received; it cannot be answered until the inspection referred to has taken place.