HC Deb 07 April 1927 vol 204 c2288W
Colonel DAY

asked the Minister of Health how many concrete bungalows, made from ash refuse and cinder blocks, have been built in Great Britain under the Housing Acts for the 12 months ended to the last convenient date, and what is the cost of the building of these bungalows; and the exact location of them?


I am not sure what is meant by ash refuse and cinder blocks, but the furnace products breeze and clinker are largely used in modern building work in the form of blocks and otherwise. Statistics of the number of bungalows built of these materials are not available.

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