§ Mr. H. Macmillan
The aggregate amounts for England and Wales for the years ending with the year 1952–53 are:
£ Housing, Town Planning, etc. Act, 1919 187,172,874 Housing (Additional Powers) Act, 1919 9,498,156 Housing, etc. Act, 1923 (and amendments) 49,594,164 Housing (Financial Provisions) Act, 1924 100,333,287 Housing Act, 1930 45,637,602 Housing Act, 1935 966,537 Housing (Financial Provisions) Act, 1938 (and amendments) 8,140,422 Housing (Financial & Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1946 (and amendments) 81,863,846 483,206,888
The figures for the Housing Acts of 1930 and 1935 include figures for the relevant provisions of those Acts as now consolidated in the Housing Act, 1936. Where a statutory authority has been amended or re-enacted it is as a rule impracticable, except at disproportionate labour, to distinguish the amounts paid under the statute as first enacted from 242W those paid subsequently under the statute as amended or re-enacted.
The amounts estimated to be payable during 1953–54 are shown in the Estimate for Class V, Vote 2.