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New Towns

Volume 476: debated on Wednesday 28 June 1950

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asked the Minister of Town and Country Planning the number of sites for new towns at present under investigation by his Department.

asked the Minister of Town and Country Planning how many schools and hospitals are to be erected in the new towns.

These services are the statutory responsibility of the education and hospital authorities, with whom the Development Corporations keep in close touch, especially on the preparation of their master plans.

asked the Minister of Town and Country Planning what steps he proposes to take in view of the failure of the joint committee on financial arrangements between new towns and local authorities to present an acceptable report.

asked the Minister of Town and Country Planning what steps he proposes to take in view of the failure of the joint committee on financial arrangements between local authorities and new towns to present an acceptable report.

I would refer the hon. Members to my answer to the hon. Member for Barnet (Mr. Maudling) on 28th March.