§ Mr. C. WILSON
asked the Minister of Health whether he can furnish the latest return from rating authorities in England and Wales showing the amount of rates levied in the various classes of rateable hereditaments, distinguishing in the case of dwelling-houses those under or over £30 rateable value, and separating those which are dwelling-houses only from those connected with other premises?
§ Sir K. WOOD
According to returns made to my Department the income from rates in the year ending 31st March, 1936, is estimated to amount to £163,500,000. The returns do not distinguish the several classes of rateable hereditaments.