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Sherrington Nurseries, Newport Pagnell

Volume 439: debated on Monday 30 June 1947

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asked the Minister of Agriculture what steps have been taken to recover outgoings in respect of the interference with the installations of Sherrington Nurseries, Newport Pagnell, from which Mr. C. C. Peach was evicted by the Buckinghamshire A.E.C. and which has now been voluntarily evacuated by the tenants installed by the A.E.C. after his Department's recent investigations; and whether he will see that such dilapidations will be made good and adequate compensation for waste and reinstallation will be promptly afforded to Mr. C. C. Peach and that he will be reinstated, particulars of the damage having been supplied to the solicitor to the A.E.C.

Dilapidations on the holding have been agreed with the out-goers. Negotiations will shortly be opened with Mr. Peach's solicitors as to the terms of relinquishing possession by the county war agricultural executive committee, when the particulars of damage alleged will be discussed.