§ Lieut.-Colonel MOORE
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether all local authorities are now giving effect to the terms of the Town Planning (Scotland) Act, 1925; and, if not, which districts have not yet moved in the matter?
§ Sir G. COLLINS
The Town Planning (Scotland) Act, 1925, has been superseded by the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act, 1932. Sixty-three effective planning resolutions under the 1932 Act or its predecessors have been passed by 26 of the 55 local authorities and planning schemes have been prepared and are in operation in respect of 10 of these resolutions. The authorities in whose areas no resolutions are in operation are as follow:
Counties. Angus. Peebles. Argyll. Perth. Berwick. Ross and Cromarty. Bute. Caithness. Roxburgh. Clackmannan. Selkirk. Dumfries. Stirling. Kirkcudbright. Sutherland. Midlothian. West Lothian. Moray and Nairn. Wigtown. Orkney. Zetland.
Burghs. Arbroath. Motherwell and Wishaw. Coatbridge. Dumbarton. Perth. Dumfries. Stirling. Falkirk.