§ 77. Mr. Moss
asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs what representations he has received from the Warwickshire Clean Air Council to the effect that certain processes which it is his intention to schedule under the Alkali Act should not be scheduled; whether he is satisfied that the Alkali Inspectorate are capable of coping with such processes in the event of their being scheduled under the Alkali Act; and if he will reconsider his decision in this matter.
§ Mr. Bevins
My right hon. Friend has not had any direct communication from the Warwickshire Clean Air Council, but its memorandum objecting to the scheduling of further works under the Alkali Act has been brought to his notice. He is satisfied, however, that the Alkali Inspectorate will be competent to discharge these additional responsibilities, and proposes shortly to lay the necessary order before Parliament.