HC Deb 24 November 1949 vol 470 cc511-2
16. Mr. David Jones

asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that, with the exception of 10 houses for agricultural workers, no houses have been built in the village of Templecombe since the war; and whether he will review the allocation of houses which may be built by the Wincanton Rural District Council, in view of the need for housing accommodation in the village for all sections of the population.

Mr. Bevan

I am informed that 26 houses have been built in this village since the war. The council's allocation will be reviewed from time to time, but I do not consider that an increase is called for at present. It is for the council to settle the distribution of their allocations among the various parishes.

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