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Wells House Hotel, Ilkley

Volume 466: debated on Monday 4 July 1949

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asked the Minister of Works how much money has been spent on converting Wells House Hotel, Ilkley, for the use of the Ministry of Labour; how long has this accommodation been unused; and what steps are being taken to put this accommodation to some useful purpose.

The cost of adapting Wells House Hotel, Ilkley, and retaining it in a state of readiness for use as a hostel for textile workers, was£18,200. The premises were prepared for this purpose in September, 1948, and have not since been used. They are now being de-requisitioned.