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Rural Water And Sewerage Schemes

Volume 496: debated on Wednesday 20 February 1952

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland with regard to rural water schemes and sewerage schemes in Scotland, respectively, the value of schemes submitted to him for approval; of schemes approved in principle but not yet authorised to go to tender; of schemes authorised for commencement but not yet completed; of schemes completed; of grants promised but not yet paid; and of grants paid up to 31st October, 1951.

Following is the information:

£
1. Value of schemes submitted since end of war to 31st December, 1951:
Water46,205,000
Drainage8,015,000
2. Schemes approved in principle but not yet authorised to go to tender:
Water10,899,000
Drainage1,280,000
3. Schemes authorised for commencement but not vet completed:
Water10,454,000
Drainage2,513,000
4. Grants promised but not yet paid:
Water6,419,000
Drainage768,700
5. Grants paid up to 31st October, 1951:
Water984,463
Drainage166,217