HC Deb 23 June 1920 vol 130 c2218W

asked the President of the Board of Trade what amount of rent and rates have been paid in respect of the occupation of Pennal Towers, County Merioneth; what use the house has been put to and by whom it is now occupied; what notice to terminate the occupation is necessary; and why such notice has not been given?


The sum paid to the end of March last on account of rent is £225 and on account of rates £61 4s. 11d. The house has been used as a hostel for housing the women workers employed on the timber operations, and is now unoccupied. The tenancy is not terminable by notice, since the premises are held on an agreement for a term which expires on 30th September next.