HC Deb 19 June 1935 vol 303 cc343-4
19. Captain BALFOUR

asked the Secretary of State for Air at how many permanent Royal Air Force home stations officers' and other ranks' married quarters still consist of wooden huntments; and whether it is proposed to replace these by modern brick quarters as part of the works and buildings expansion programme?


At 15 (out of 65) Royal Air Force stations at home there are still a few wooden married quarters, though the bulk of the married quarters at these stations are now of permanent construction. At eight of the 15 stations replacement by permanent quarters is being taken in hand, and the balance will be dealt with in due course.