HC Deb 23 February 1926 vol 192 cc321-2W
Colonel DAY

asked the Minister of Transport whether the Traffic Advisory Committee has yet dealt with the question of dangerous statues in busy thoroughfares, such as the William IV statue in King William Street; and what action is likely to be taken in this connection?

Colonel ASHLEY

The London Traffic Advisory Committee are giving consideration, among other matters referred to in the Third Schedule to the London Traffic Act, to the question of the removal or transfer "of works or objects likely to hinder the free circulation of traffic in any street." I am not

Department, the London Traffic Advisory Committee, and the Metropolitan Police were present, it was agreed that no final decision would be taken in the matter until plans for dealing with the traffic in the Circus had been worked out.