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Historic Houses (Preservation)

Volume 320: debated on Thursday 18 February 1937

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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, whether he will recommend the conferring of powers on the Commissioner of Works to prevent the demolition of houses of architectural and historical interest in London such as the Reynolds's House in Leicester Square?

(for the First Commissioner of Works): I would refer my hon. Friend to the general statement I made in the Debate on 10th February, to which at present I have nothing to add.