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Housing

Volume 467: debated on Tuesday 19 July 1949

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if his attention has been drawn to the proposals of the Corporation of Edinburgh to build houses in the Ravelston area of a type comparable with those already existing in that area; and if it is in accordance with the policy of the Government to use public money to build highly assessed houses at present.

No proposals have been submitted to me by the Corporation, and I cannot, therefore, express an opinion in this particular case.