§ Mr. DAY
asked the Minister of Health how many subsidised houses have been built in London, or within 10 miles of same, between September, 1931, and the last known convenient date; and how many of the said houses are let at rents within the means that members of the working classes can be expected to pay?
§ Sir K. WOOD
Between the 1st October, 1931, and the 31st December, 1935, 25,727 houses were provided with State assistance in Greater London, that is, the area which approximates to the Metropolitan Police District. The Object of the conditions on which this assistance is granted is to secure that the rents should be within the means of persons of the working classes.