HC Deb 11 May 1948 vol 450 c197W
90. Mr. Bowden

asked the Attorney-General if he is aware of the inconvenience and hardship caused to applicants, particularly elderly ladies, by having to travel to London to attend pensions appeal tribunals and special review tribunals; and if he will agree as far as possible to hold all such tribunals at some central point within each region of his Department.

The Attorney-General

Every effort is made to reduce the inconvenience caused to applicants in these cases by the tribunals sitting at centres where there are a sufficient number of cases to justify sittings. Appellants who are too infirm to travel to a centre can be visited at their own homes