HC Deb 05 February 1931 vol 247 cc2137-8W
Mr. W. G. HALL

asked the Minister of Transport how many men will be employed, and for how long, on the work on the Somerset by-pass road at Porlock; and what is the total estimated cost and the estimated expenditure, respectively, on the acquisition of land and/or other compensation to owners or occupiers for severance, disturbance, easements and the like, wages and material?


It is estimated that approximately 1,200 men-months of employment will be provided on the works. The total estimated cost is about £50,000, of which the acquisition of land and/or other compensation for severance and the like represents £3,000. Constructional works (including wages and material) account for the remainder.

ciency of the Territoral Army on 1st January, 1931:

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