§ 74. Major BARNETT
asked the hon. Member for the Pollok Division of Glasgow, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, whether the huts in course of removal from the Embankment are being re-erected at Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park; whether the staffs in process of eviction from these huts and from the Alexandra Palace and St. James's Park are being rehoused in the Regent's Park hutments vacated by the Ministry of Pensions; and, if so, what prospect exists of the amenities of this park being restored in the present year, and the commandeered land becoming available again for the recreation and enjoyment of the public?
§ Sir J. GILMOUR
The answers to the first and second parts of the question are in the negative. As regards the last part, one of the buildings in Regent's Park has already been demolished, two others will be demolished during the coming slimmer, but I am unable at the present moment to give any guarantee that the remaining two will be removed during the present year. The hon. and gallant Member may, however, rest assured that the First Commissioner is most desirous that all the temporary buildings, erected for war purposes in the parks and open spaces, shall be cleared at the earliest possible date and that he is sparing no effort to this end. Good progress is being made.
§ Major BARNETT
In view of the unsatisfactory nature of my hon. Friend's answer, I beg to give notice that I will raise the matter this evening on the Motion for the Adjournment.
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