HC Deb 18 July 1910 vol 19 c862

asked the Lord Advocate whether the Government will be prepared to extend to Scotland the same terms that have been promised to England with regard to loans for school buildings, that is to say, that the period of repayment will be extended over fifty years instead of thirty years as at present?


The present period for repayment in the case of new buildings is forty years, not thirty as stated in the question. This period will now be extended up to a maximum of fifty years as is proposed in the case of England.