HC Deb 16 December 1960 vol 632 cc95-6W
Mr. Iremonger

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the extent and nature of crown property in Ilford; how many freeholds of houses have been offered to occupying lessees; and how many acceptances have been received.

Sir E. Boyle

The Crown Estate Commissioners have informed my right hon. and learned Friend that the Crown Estate property at Ilford consists mainly of terraced and semi-detached residential houses let on 99-year leases at low ground rents. The Commissioners have decided to sell this part of the Estate. The freeholds of 690 houses have been offered to the lessees or occupying tenants and so far there have been 647 acceptances.

country concerned has allocated the loan for such use, the project is indicated in the "remarks" column.

The table is as follows:

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