§ Mr. G. M. Thomson
asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will state the value of sales of Ordnance Survey maps during the last twelve months to the most convenient dates, for England and Wales and for Scotland, respectively.
§ Mr. John Hare
During the year ended 31st March, 1958, the receipts from the sales of Ordnance Survey maps and plans in England and Wales were about £196,000 and in Scotland £14,000. Of these sales maps and plans of England and Wales accounted for about £189,000 and of Scotland for £21,000. The receipts for maps and plans on scales of 6″ to one-mile or larger sold in England and Wales were about £72,000 and those in respect of smaller scales about £124,000. The corresponding figures for Scotland were £5,000 and £9,000.