HC Deb 30 November 1938 vol 342 cc422-3
74. Major Oscar Guest

asked the Minister of Transport whether he has considered for road widening purposes the bottle-neck and curve at the foot of Dog Kennel Hill, East Dulwich, where railway, tramcar, and omnibus converge, and which is a danger spot to the tenants of a large working-class housing estate in the immediate vicinity, to their children and to other users of this carriageway; and with what result?

Mr. Burgin

The responsibility for road improvements rests on the highway authorities concerned. Up to the present I have received no proposals for the improvement of the road in question, but I will make inquiries as to the intentions of the highway authority and communicate with my hon. and gallant Friend.