§ Mr. H. MORRISON
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is able to state the cost of the land, cost of erec- 2562W tion (including fittings), and rental charged to occupants of the soldiers' married quarters at Queen Mary's Buildings, Stillington Street, Westminster?
§ Mr. WALSH
The tenure of the land upon which the married quarters known as Queen Mary's Buildings are erected, is a 999 years' lease with a progressive rent as follows: 1st year, £500; 2nd year, £800; 3rd year, £1,200; 4th year. £1,700, and subsequent years £2,100. The estimated cost of erection of the buildings (including engineer fittings), which are for the accommodation of soldiers on the married quarters roll to whom no rent is charged, is £140,500.