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Low-Flying Aircraft, Rochford

Volume 440: debated on Wednesday 23 July 1947

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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Civil Aviation if he is aware of the considerable inconvenience being caused to inhabitants of Rochford, Essex, by persistent low flying over the Southend municipal aerodrome, Rochford; and if he will ensure that the regulations relating to this matter are rigidly observed.

No complaints have been received by my Ministry. As to the second part of the Question, while the enforcement of the regulations is a matter for the police, I have no reason to suppose that they are not being observed, but I will have inquiries made.