HC Deb 10 April 1935 vol 300 c1160W

asked the Minister of Health how many appeals have been made to the county court under section 22 of the Housing Act, 1930, the figures to relate to the whole country, the county of Northumberland, and the county of Durham, respectively, and to show the number of appeals which have been successful in each area?


My right hon. Friend is informed that since the Housing Act, 1930, came into operation until the end of 1934 the number of appeals entered under section 22 of the Act has been 824 for the whole country, of which six related to the county of Northumberland and 13 to the county of Durham: the number of appeals allowed has been 216 for the whole country. None of these related to the county of Northumberland; four related to the county of Durham.