HC Deb 27 January 1902 vol 101 c957

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for War, whether his attention has been called to the fact that the lodging accommodation at the present time found for commanding officers at Frimley and Salisbury consists of a hut of four rooms; and that no lodging allowance is made by the Government to officers who are quartered at these places; and seeing that at all other permanent barracks accommodation is found for the commanding officers, whether he will take into consideration the case of the commanding officers at Frimley and Salisbury.


These officers are provided with five personal rooms in addition to the usual kitchens and servants' room, and which is the accommodation to which they are entitled by regulation. Funds, however, have been provided to carry out certain improvements in their quarters.


That is contrary to the information I have received. I will communicate with the noble Lord.