§ MAJOR ANSTRUTHER-GRAY (St. Andrews Burghs)
To ask the Secretary to the Admiralty what sums are to be spent at Rosyth during 1906–7 under the Public Works and Loans Act, and from the votes respectively.
(Answered by Mr. Lambert.) The only provision for work at Rosyth under Vote 10,1906–7, is a sum of £300 for repairs to existing houses on the Admiralty property. There is still an unexpended balance of about £40,000 on the total sum of £200,000 provided in The Naval Works Act, 1905, for preliminary expenses; but it is impossible at present to say how much of this balance will be expended during the coming financial year.