§ 77. Mr. Pritt
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that the Territorial Army and Air Force Association of the County of London is attempting to evict a number of its residential tenants in Hammersmith; whether Ire will take steps to postpone these attempts during the present housing 40W shortage; and whether he will, in any case, prevent the agents of the Association from threatening to evict tenants without legal proceedings.
§ 79. Mr. J. L. Williams
asked the Secretary of State for War how many dwelling-houses are let by the T.A. Association in the city of Glasgow; and how many tenants of those houses are now under notice to quit.
§ Mr. Bellenger
Certain married quarters have been let by Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Associations to civilians on an agreement which included a clause that the quarters were to be vacated when required for the Territorial Army. These quarters are now required for housing permanent staff of the Territorial Army who are being posted and for whom accommodation must be found, and notice may therefore be given to the occupants in accordance with the terms of the agreement. In the event of their failing to vacate by the date specified in the notice, legal proceedings may be taken. Thirty dwelling-houses are let by the Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Associations in Glasgow and all the tenants are under notice to quit.