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Hutted Camps, Berkshire

Volume 439: debated on Wednesday 9 July 1947

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asked the Secretary of State for Air how many hutted camps his Department still holds in Berkshire; and if all those not occupied by the R.A.F. are being offered for alternative use as hostels or private dwellings.

Fourteen hutted camps in Berkshire are still held by my Department. All the huts which are no longer occupied by the R.A.F. have either been offered, or handed over, to other Government Departments. My right hon. Friend the Minister of Health considers, in consultation with the local authorities concerned, what huts, if any, can be used for housing.