HC Deb 29 April 1936 vol 311 cc897-8

asked the Minister of Transport the number of inquiries held by his Department with regard to the derestriction of certain roads; how many areas have, after inquiry, been derestricted; and how many have been left under restriction?


As the answer involves a number of figures, I will with my hon. Friend's permission, circulate it with the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Following is the answer:

The number of inquiries held is 33, involving 242 lengths of road. As a result of the inquiries:

Restrictions have already been re moved in 80
I have intimated my view that they should be removed in a further 95
I have agreed that the restrictions should remain in 66
and I await the report of the inquiry in the remaining 1
This making up the total of 242
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