HC Deb 24 May 1944 vol 400 cc720-1
14. Mr. Wakefield

asked the Secretary of State for Air if he is making arrangements with the Government departments, local authorities and various public and private interests concerned to use, after the cessation of hostilities, for educational, instructional and other similar purposes, aerodrome buildings not permanently required by the R.A.F. so that such buildings will not fall into disuse, as after the last war, but will be available during holiday and vacation time for service annual training purposes and for whole-time use in the event of another national emergency.

Sir A. Sinclair

I appreciate my hon. Friend's interest in this matter, and can assure him that the considerations to which he refers are being borne in mind.