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Munitions Stores, Credenhill
29 June 1922
Volume 155
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asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been drawn to the fact that there are at the munition stores at Credenhill, Herefordshire, a number of buildings which could be easily converted into houses, which are at the present time vacant and depreciating: and whether, in view of the shortage of houses in the district, he will use his influence with the Disposal and Liquidation Commission to come to some satisfactory arrangement with the Rural District Council with a view to these buildings being occupied?

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I have been in communication with the Disposal and Liquidation Commission and understand that the property in question is in occupation by the War Office, to whom a copy of the correspondence which has been received on the matter has been sent. Further inquiries are being made of the War Office, and I will inform the hon. Member of the result.