HC Deb 07 June 1976 vol 912 cc591-3W
Mr. Gwilym Roberts

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services how many

Local Authority
Enfield 600
Haringey 530
Harrow 400
Havering 340
Hillingdon 340
Hounslow 370
Kingston-upon-Thames 310
Merton 460
Newham 540
Redbridge 430
Richmond-upon-Thames 410
Sutton 390
Waltham Forest 580
Non-Metropolitan Counties:
Dorset 2,150
Hampshire 3,070
Isle of Wight 270
Kent 3,060
Surrey 1,970
East Sussex 2,090
West Sussex 1,580
Wiltshire 660
Non-Metropolitan Counties:
Avon 2,000
Cornwall 960
Devon 2,390
Gloucestershire 1,020
Somerset 930
Non-Metropolitan Counties:
Clwyd 680
Dyfed 1,070
Gwent 1,200
Gwynedd 670
Mid-Glamorgan 1,800
Powys 250
South Glamorgan 760
West Glamorgan 860

disabled people who originally qualified for an invalid three-wheeler under category 3 of the previous vehicle scheme have had their three-wheelers removed from them since 1st January 1976 on the grounds that they have ceased employment; and if he will restore the three-wheelers to these disabled people and ensure that no further three-wheelers are removed for similar reasons.

Mr. Alfred Morris

Eight, up to the end of April. On the question of restoring these three-wheelers and allowing vehicles to be retained in similar cases in future there is nothing I can add to my reply to the hon. Member for Exeter (Mr. Hannam) on 19th May.—[Vol. 911, c. 617–18.]