HC Deb 31 March 1927 vol 204 cc1406-7

asked the Minister of Health the number of houses built up to date by local authorities under each of the post-War assisted housing schemes?


I will circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT a statement giving particulars of house-building since the 1st January, 1919.

Following is the statement:

Statement showing the numbers of houses erected in England and Wales since 1st January, 1919

Houses erected by
Local Authorities. Private Enterprise.
1. State-assisted houses (to 1st March, 1927).
(a) Housing, Town Planning, etc., Act, 1919 169,805 4,545
(b) Housing (Additional Powers) Act, 1919 39,186
(c) Housing, etc., Act, 1923 47,859 185,373
(d) Housing (Financial Provisions) Act, 1924 82,553 1,516
Total State-assisted houses 300,217 230,620
2. Non-subsidy houses (to 30th September, 1926).
*(a) Not exceeding £26 rateable value 207,700
*(b) Exceeding £26 rateable value but not exceeding £78 80,505
Total non-subsidy houses 288,205
* The corresponding rateable values in the Metropolis are £35 and £105.
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