HC Deb 28 April 1948 vol 450 c51W
77. Captain Crowder

asked the Secretary of State for Air if he will arrange for the buoys now moored in St. Austell Bay, Cornwall, to be removed, as they are a danger to shipping.

Mr. A. Henderson

Instructions have been given for four of the seven R.A.F. buoys and moorings in St. Austell Bay to be removed pending a decision on the future of the range there. The others must, however, be retained for the present; if they endanger navigation, my Department will take such steps as are advised by the Ministry of Transport.