§ Sir T. Cook
asked the right hon. and gallant Member for Rye, as representing the Forestry Commissioners, the approximate amount of timber felled in Norfolk since the war; and what schemes of replanting has been completed or authorised.
§ Sir G. Courthope
Particulars of quantities of timber felled are not available by counties. The Forestry Commissioners have since the war approved schemes for private planting in Norfolk involving 467 acres, of which 384 have been completed. The Commissioners have since the war replanted in Norfolk 431 acres. Their programme for the current season is 60 acres.