§ Mr. Wood
asked the Minister of Health (1) how many hospital building projects costing more than £100,000, which the hospital boards had not planned in October, 1964, to start in 1965–66, have now been included in the programme for starting during that year;
(2) whether there are any building projects costing more than £100,000 other than those listed in his answer of 4th June, 1965, which the hospital boards expected in October, 1964, to start in 1965–66, and which have now been postponed.89W
§ Mr. K. Robinson
Five projects have had to be deferred from the 1965–66 programme because they could not be accommodated within financial allocations: in addition, 20 have been, or may be, unable to start because planning has not been completed in time or because of a need for considerable replanning.
Nine additional schemes have been advanced or brought into the programme to start in 1965–66, and the starts of a further 10 have been carried over from 1964–65.