HC Deb 29 June 1914 vol 64 cc42-3W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what is the staff of the Road Board; and (2) how many meetings of the Road Board were held in 1913–14, and whether he will give a list of the attendances of the members?


The permanent staff of the Road Board is as follows, namely: Secretarial and clerical, 20; engineering, 7. There are also two consulting engineers, one of whom is employed for Scottish work, and a temporary staff of nine, employed mainly on the classification of roads. Seven meetings of the Board were held in the year ended 31st March, 1914. The chairman and one other member attended all of the seven meetings, two more attended five each, one, who was only appointed in July, 1913, attended four, while Sir Charles D. Rose attended the only meeting held before his death.