§ 46. Mr. DORAN
asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that similar insanitary conditions as experienced in 1934, emanating from the Beddington sewage works, are now recurring in the Mitcham, Beddington and West Croydon areas, and during the recent hot weather it was impossible for the residents to frequent the commons in these respective districts owing to the prevalence of very offensive odours; and whether in view of the failure of the interim measures taken by the Croydon Corporation, he will use every means in his power to put an end to this nuisance?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of HEALTH (Mr. Shakespeare)
My right hon. Friend has arranged for an inspector to visit these works to-day in order to examine the conditions.