HC Deb 08 October 1924 vol 177 cc559-60W

asked the Minister of Health what is the position with regard to the application of the Tendring Hundred Council for permission for a loan for the purposes of sewerage at Kirby Cross; whether, under the scheme of the council, it is proposed to send the sewage effluent along an open ditch through the parish of Frinton; whether he is aware that such proposal is opposed by the inhabitants of Frinton on the ground of the danger to health: what is the result of the negotiations between the Tendring Hundred and Frinton Councils as to the use of the Frinton sewers for the Kirby sewage; and whether he proposes to refuse permission for the loan?


A loan has not yet been sanctioned. I suggested a conference between the two councils. This has been held, and I have not yet heard further from the rural district council.