§ 66. Mr. JAMES STEWART
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland the number of houses built in Scotland with 1286 State assistance to the end of 1928 by local authorities, private enterprise, and public utility societies, respectively, under the Housing Acts, 1919 to 1924?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for SCOTLAND (Major Elliot)
The numbers of houses built in Scotland with State assistance, under the Housing Acts of 1919 to 1924, up to the end of 1928, were 67,552 by local authorities, 17,375 by private enterprise, and 578 by public utility societies.
§ 67. Mr. STEWART
asked the Secretary of State far Scotland the number of working-class houses built in Scotland since the Armistice, to the end of 1928, without State assistance?
§ Major ELLIOT
According to the records of the Department of Health for Scotland, the number of working-class houses built in Scotland without State assistance, between the date of the Armistice and the 31st December, 1928, was 10,832.
§ Mr. R. MORRISON
Has the hon. and gallant Gentleman any information as to whether any of these houses were built for letting purposes, or whether they were all built for sale?