HC Deb 25 July 1956 vol 557 c47W
89. Mr. George Craddock

asked the Postmaster-General what progress has been made towards a more up-to-date and efficient telephone service, which will enable a large number of potential subscribers to obtain telephone facilities in the City of Bradford with particular reference to the Low Moor district.

Mr. Alport

I am anxious to extend the telephone service in Bradford, as elsewhere, and we are engaged on a big programme of development. This includes a new automatic exchange at Low Moor, where installation of the new equipment has started; the equipment at three exchanges in Bradford has recently been extended, and extensions of the equipment at three others will be completed next year.