§ 34. Mr. JAMES HUDSON
asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the fact that houses of the Telford, Atholl and Wilde types are constructed with a steel framework and are made largely of steel, whilst the Weir house is constructed mainly of wood, the last named can in future be described appropriately so as to avoid confusion in the minds of the public?
The extent to which steel is used in the construction of the houses to which the hon. Member refers no doubt varies with the particular type, but the general description of steel houses is, I think, sufficiently convenient and is well understood.