§ Lieut.-Colonel MOORE
asked the Minister of Health in what approximate percentage of cases in the last 12 months where an appeal was made to him under the Town and Country Planning Act, 1932, and the Town and Country Planning (General Interim Development) Order, 1933, a decision was given favourable to the local authority?
§ Sir K. WOOD
The approximate percentage of interim development appeals dealt with during the 12 months ended 30th April, 1936, on which a decision was given favourable to the local authority was 34. In 49 per cent., agreement was reached between the parties or the appeals otherwise lapsed. In the remaining 17 per cent. the appeals were allowed.