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Executive Committee, Bucks (Officials' Cars)

Volume 438: debated on Monday 9 June 1947

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asked the Minister of Agriculture in view of the request made by the Bucks A.E.C. to the Aylesbury council to reserve, at reduced fees, one of the public motor car parks in the town for committee officers and his Department's officials, how many motor cars purchased or hired with public money are held by members connected with the committee; whether these are exclusively used in the public service; and how many and how often officials from his Department proceed to this area in official vehicles.

The request made to the council was that parking space should be reserved on reasonable terms for not more than six cars Thirty-two official cars have been provided for officers of the Buckinghamshire war agricultural executive committee and are used exclusively in the public service. In addition, 18 officers stationed at Aylesbury are authorised to use their own cars for journeys on official business. The information asked for in' the last part of the Question is not available.