HC Deb 27 May 1952 vol 501 cc151-2W
Mr. Carr

asked the Assistant Postmaster-General the number of applicants waiting for telephones in the borough of Wallington on 1st January, 1951 and 1952; how many installations were made during 1951; and what is the longest period for which anyone has been waiting.

Mr. Gammans

Seven hundred and ninety-six on 1st January, 1951, and 453 on 1st January, 1952. Nine hundred and thirty-one new subscribers were connected during 1951. The earliest outstanding application was made in 1944.

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